The battle over four Tennessee amendments continues. One of them is Amendment 3. It will ask the voters if they want to place language in the Tennessee Constitution that would essentially ban a state income tax.
Too close to call. That is where a new poll finds Tennesseans stand on Amendment 1.
Early voting continues Tuesday for Mid-Southerners, and there are some big issues voters are keeping an eye on when it comes to the ballot.
Tennessee Amendment One has gained lots of attention in the days leading up the general election.
On November 4th, voters in Tennessee will have a chance to decide if they want to buy wine in grocery stores.
Early voting continues in Tennessee until October 30th.
Four state constitutional amendments are on the ballot in Tennessee.
One of the issues on the ballot for Arkansas voters is Issue 3.
Early voting begins Monday across Arkansas for the 2014 General Election.
Last night we profiled Germantown mayoral candidate Mike Palazollo. Tonight, we sit down with his challenger, George Brodgon, to talk about the issues facing the candidates in the November race.
Voters in Tennessee can exercise their civic duty and pay homage to a hero all at the same time.
For the first time since 1994, Germantown residents will elect a new mayor. Local 24 talked to the two candidates, George Brogdon and Mike Palazzolo, about the issues facing Germantown. Tonight we introduce you to Mike Palazzolo.
Four amendments to Tennessee’s constitution are on the ballot in November’s general election, including Amendment 4. If approved, it would allow veterans’ organizations to have lotteries in Tennessee.
Just in time for early voting, the state of Tennessee is releasing a smart phone app.
Wednesday starts early voting for November elections in the state of Tennessee.
The United States Senate race in Arkansas is one of the most widely watched political races in the country.
Governor Bill Haslam made it clear Monday that he supports Amendment Two.
President Bill Clinton will be in Arkansas to campaign for democrats running in the November election.
If you want to make sure your voice is heard, Monday is an important deadline for the November election.
Both sides of Tennessee's Amendment 1 continued to battle for your vote Wednesday.
Three judges from Shelby County are now enjoying fatter paychecks.
Lawmakers in Washington, D.C. are wrapping up their session this week.
The November 4th election is less than two months away.
Ahead of this November's elections, Local 24 is working to get you acquainted with the candidates and the issues.
Republican candidate for governor Asa Hutchinson is pledging to work with the state legislature to raise the state's minimum wage.
A Mississippi judge has dismissed a lawsuit that sought to overturn Sen. Thad Cochran's victory in a Republican primary runoff.
New jersey governor Chris Christie is getting a taste of the south while making campaign stops on behalf of Asa Hutchinson in the Arkansas Governor's race.
Too many jobs are being shipped overseas. U.S. Senator Mark Pryor said he has a plan to keep "American-Made Strong" in Arkansas.
The Shelby County Democrat Party is in shambles. For the second time in four years, Democrats lost almost every county elected position.
Lee Harris is pretty new in the world of politics, but the first term city councilman has already written his name in the history books.
Alexander beat Tea Party favorite Joe Carr in Thursday night's primary.
Tennessee senator Lamar Alexander is once again the Repubican nominee for the United States Senate.
Governor Bill Haslam has won the Republican nomination for Governor.
For the first time in decades, a Ford lost an election in Shelby County.
Congressman Steve Cohen easily defeated challenger Ricky Wilkins in the Democratic primary Thursday night.
It was the longest ballot in recent memory in Shelby County. And arguably the hottest race of this election cycle was the race for Shelby County District Attorney.
The election results of the August 7th races from around the Mid-South.
The machines were humming at Eastover Chuch in South Memphis Thursday.
It is crunch time for those wanting to buy wine in Shelby County grocery stores. The group 'Red White and Food' is backing the effort to let voters decide on the issue in November and they need signatures.
Have you voted? If not, you have until 7:00 p.m. And prepare yourself for the mother of all ballots.
Thursday is election day and there some things you need remember before heading out to vote.
From outrageous claims to mudslinging between candidates to behind the scenes infighting, some have called this one of the dirtiest elections in the history of Shelby County.
Tucked away in 15 pages of names and offices on tomorrow's mammoth ballot is the race for Shelby County Sheriff.
We are on the eve of a huge election day. The ballot in Memphis and Shelby County is fifteen pages long.
The Department of Justice will monitor Thursday's election in Shelby County. State and local Democrats requested the oversight, claiming voters' rights aren't being protected.
Shelby County Commissioners are asking the U.S. attorney to keep an eye on this Thursday's elections.
Voters lines up at the polls on Saturday to casting their last-minute early voting ballots.
When you go to the polls, be prepared. It could take a while to cast your ballot. This year’s ballot is long, thanks in part to the long list of contested judges races.
A lame duck Shelby County Commission quacked away Wednesday, but failed to tackle a big and controversial issue.
There is just a short time left before early voting ends in Shelby County.