Tuesday, September 2, 2014 · 2:57 p.m.
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Newt Gingrich brings campaign to home state—Nooga

Tennessee early voting ends as candidates make appearances—WPLN

40 percent drop in ballots as Tennessee early voting period ends—Times Free Press

Proposed school rezoning affects hundreds—WTVC

Parents heated over East Hamilton School rezoning—WDEF

Council members question citizen board appointment—Nooga

Brooks appointment sparks fireworks—WRCB

Occupy Nashville bill sent to Gov. Bill Haslam—Tennessean

Haslam wants federal officials to create health care waivers—WPLN

Haslam backtracks on civil service bill—Times Free Press

Sen. Andy Berke announces he will not seek re-election—Nooga

For Tennessee freshman lawmakers, year was filled with frustration, some success—Tennessean

Senate volunteers promote civility—Politico

Mitt Romney wins ugly—Politico

Romney wins Michigan, Arizona—Washington Post

Five takeaways from Arizona and Michigan—Politico

In Ohio, Santorum tries to widen message while keeping base excited—NY Times

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