When was the 2012 election in Tennessee?

When was the 2012 election in Tennessee?

The 2012 United States presidential election in Tennessee took place on November 6, 2012, as part of the 2012 United States presidential election in which all 50 states plus the District of Columbia participated.

How many candidates running for Knoxville City Council have never voted?

Two of the 13 candidates for Knoxville’s city council never have cast a ballot in a city election. As part of its typical election coverage, Knox News requested the voting histories of candidates running for office as a tool to gauge their attention to public life and the community and office for which they want to serve.

How can you tell which party someone voted for in Tennessee?

For example, voting in Republican primaries is, on occasion, the only choice for particular offices as Democrats have not always fielded candidates in every race. Tennessee general elections are closed, meaning there’s no way to tell which party someone voted for. The city primary is Aug. 31. The general election is Nov. 2.

What districts did Obama carry in Tennessee in 2012?

Barack Obama carried the state’s two congressional districts, the 5th and 9th, anchored by the two largest cities of Nashville and Memphis, respectively. The 2012 democratic primary in Tennessee took place on Super Tuesday, March 6, 2012, with Barack Obama receiving 80,355 (88.5%) votes.

What is the Tennessee State Cup?

The Tennessee State Soccer Association has hosted the Tennessee State Cup as one of our programs since 1976. The Tennessee State Cup is open to all member clubs and their teams via an application at the start of each seasonal year. We have competitive levels within 3 Divisions (Division 1, Division 2, and Divisions 3).

How does the Tennessee State League (TSL) work?

In both seasons, accepted teams to our Tennessee State League (TSL) compete for either 4 or 8 final spots in our State Cup. The State Cup is conducted in a single eliminations tournament over two weekends where teams play a single important advancement game each day. For more information on our State Cup, contact Jeannie Louk at [email protected].