Big Money Put in Our Congressional Races

Written by Marte Lawrence on August 6th, 2014

The following information is courtesy of Opensecrets.org Tennessee CONGRESSIONAL RACES IN 2014   Select an election cycle: 20142012201020082006200420022000 (Date of Primary: Aug 7, 2014) Race All Candidates Amount Raised Senate Lamar Alexander (R)*  $6,938,486 George Shea Flinn (R)  $1,812,250 Joe Carr (R)  $1,353,452 Gordon Ball (D)  $454,161 Terry Glen Adams, Jr (D)  $99,877 Brenda Lenard (R) […]

2014 Elections are Here- Get out and Vote Thursday August 7th

Written by Marte Lawrence on July 20th, 2014

Ladies and Gentlemen there are Democrats running for positions for local County Commission Seats as well as for State Offices.  We here at the Blount County Democratic Party are working hard to provide local Democrats with good candidates and information on those candidates. For more information regarding the specific candidates for this election who are […]

Chili Social and Candidate Forum February 21, 2014

Written by Marte Lawrence on February 5th, 2014

The Blount County Democratic Party will host a Chili Social and Candidate Forum Friday, February 21st at 6:30 p.m. at the American Legion located at 224 Waters Road in Maryville. We wil have Terry Adams U.S. Senate Candidate and U.S. Senate Candidate Larry Crim  along with TNDP Chair Roy Herron as our guests along with […]

NEW CALENDAR EVENTS – Updated November 18, 2013

Written by Marte Lawrence on November 18th, 2013

Monday Nov. 18 -  Blue Cross Blue Shield will hold an informational meeting regarding ACA marketplace -  10am at  MLK Center   Franklin Street Alcoa TN Monday, Nov. 18 – MEET  U.S. SENATE CANDIDATE  TERRY ADAMS -   6pm - Farragut Library  417 N. Campbell Station Rd, Knoxville, Tennessee Friday Nov. 22 – BCDP  3rd Friday Event – 5pm […]

County Charter Government Debate Additional Information

Written by Marte Lawrence on September 18th, 2013

There has been much information floating about regarding the current push for a change in our form of county government.  The push is to move to a county charter form of government from the current form.  I am supplying copies of the research I obtained from MTAS the program through the University of Tennessee that […]