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Kemp Conrad’s What Government Should Be TV Ad

Posted on November 18th, 2011 in News, TV

MyFox Memphis, Fox13 News, 10/6/11 – All of the city council seats were up for grabs Thursday night, but one of the hottest races was in Super District 9 Position 1 where Republican incumbent Kemp Conrad faced Democrat Paul Shaffer.

Both Shaffer’s and Conrad’s campaigns raised a lot of money, and in the end that cash bought Conrad a victory on the Memphis City Council.

Conrad raised more than $140,000, and some are calling that a council record. Shaffer brought in about $75,000, and gained the support of nearly every city worker union.

Kemp Conrad: 19,919 votes, 64%
Paul Shaffer: 11,313 votes, 36%
*88 of 88 precincts reporting

A C Wharton’s Resounding Win

Posted on November 18th, 2011 in News, TV

Commercial Appeal, Amos Maki, 10/6/11 – Memphis Mayor A C Wharton swept aside nine challengers and overcame fierce union opposition to snare a decisive election to his first full term in office.

After months of campaigning, the outcome of the mayoral race was never really in doubt. The only questions remaining as voters went to the polls Thursday were about turnout and how big Wharton’s margin of victory would be.

With all 178 precincts reporting, Wharton overcame voter apathy and low turnout to win with 65 percent of the vote. Wharton’s closest competitor was former City Council member Edmund Ford Sr., who gained the support of unions representing city workers and garnered 28 percent of the vote.

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Voters Respond To Call For ‘One Memphis’

Posted on October 15th, 2009 in News

Commercial Appeal, Zach McMillin, 10/15/09 – The question came from A C Wharton’s opponents, with increasing frequency and volume: Why would he run in the City of Memphis’s special election when there remained one year on his second and final term as mayor of Shelby County?

It was aimed at the voters as much as Wharton, delivered with skepticism that suggested maybe Wharton should have done more as county mayor, that insinuated Wharton could not be trusted to bring needed change.

As early as 7:50 p.m. Thursday, when Wharton campaign manager Julian Bolton delivered early-voting results to Wharton’s crowd at Minglewood Hall, it was clear voters would be giving Wharton the ultimate rejoinder: More than 63 percent of the early vote was Wharton’s and the celebration could begin.

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A C Wharton Invests in Safety and Public Security

Posted on October 1st, 2009 in TV

Memphis, TN, 10/1/09 – “Just as we have shown no limits in investing in our buildings, I’m going to show no limits when it comes to investing in our people,” Wharton says in the 30 second ad that begins on television today.

Wharton pledges to make health, safety, and education a priority as the next Mayor of Memphis. In the ad City Hall provides a backdrop to highlight the Mayor’s commitment to public safety and providing better technology in the war on crime. Wharton, whose leadership as County Mayor lead to the formation of Operation Safe Community, was recently endorsed by the Memphis Police Association.

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