While disavowed Democrat Mark Clayton was already calling on U.S. Sen. Bob Corker to pack his stuff before many ballots were cast, Corker has raised him one in the confidence game. An advisory from Corker’s campaign this afternoon said speeches will start at 7:15 tonight at the Republican senator’s election-night party at Cabana. Early voting [...]
Mark Clayton, the disavowed Democrat running a poorly funded, nationally lampooned campaign to unseat incumbent U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, is all but packing his bags for Washington. In an email to reporters Saturday, Clayton said he’s planning to win Tuesday’s election. “I’m expecting victory because we have reached four million Tennessee voters, and most Tennesseans [...]
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The Washington Post sent a reporter to Whites Creek to write about Tennessee’s U.S. Senate race, but not because it’s competitive or has a chance to reshape the national political scene. Under the headline “2012’s worst candidate? With Mark Clayton, Tennessee Democrats hit bottom,” the Post writes – often hilariously – about the disavowed Democratic [...]
Mark Clayton, the black-sheep Democrat trying to unseat a seemingly unconcerned Sen. Bob Corker this fall, has put out a new YouTube spot called “Children.”
You won’t see any children in it, but you’ll hear a few.
Mark Clayton, the Democratic Party’s unconventional, disavowed candidate for the U.S. Senate, didn’t push the button for party nominee Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential election. He said he voted for Constitution Party candidate Chuck Baldwin, a personal friend from … Continue reading →
Mark Clayton shouldn’t expect much help from the guy just below him on the ballot. State Sen. Eric Stewart, the Democratic nominee for the 4th Congressional District, feigned never to have heard of the fellow candidate when asked before an … Continue reading →