With less than a week to go before Election Day, all the political horse races we’re watching are nearing an end. Here are some of our readers letters about the election.
With local, state and federal elections next week, our readers shared some of their thoughts on the races and the political climate in general.
We asked you with Monday’s Question of the Week to analyze retailer Sears’ decline from one of the mightiest companies in the world to the gasping, nearly bankrupt shell it is now. We asked ‘Can Sears be saved?’ Here are your responses.
Some of our readers share their thoughts on the U.S. House 1st District election, where incumbent Republican Phil Roe and Democrat Mary Olsen are seeking the seat.
We heard from a few people who wanted to respond to Community Columnist Kenneth Gough’s column in last Saturday’s paper. Here are some of their thoughts.
Today’s letter writers would like you to consider voting for their favored candidates in the upcoming elections.
We’re weeks away from an election, and for editors, that means it’s the time of the season when we start hearing about how unfair the candidates have been treated. Here are some examples sent by our readers.
Our Letters to Forum today are all about the race for the U.S. Senate. See what some of our readers think.
With Monday’s Question of the Week, we asked you what you think should replace the now-closed Tupelo Honey restaurant in downtown Johnson City’s historic CC&O train depot. Here are some of your responses.
In these Letters to Forum, one reader shares her experience at the Trump rally, while another outlines the differences between some Tennessee candidates on health care.
After the president’s historic visit to Johnson City, some of our readers shared their thoughts on the spectacle.
Our readers sent in their thoughts on Democrat Phil Bredesen and Republican Marsha Blackburn, who are vying for our votes this November for a seat in the U.S. Senate.
Two readers sent in their opinions on the Senate hearings for Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court.
Our readers share their thoughts on the Earth’s changing climate, the John Sevier Center purchase and the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination hearings.
Our readers this week sent us letters about former Gov. Phil Bredesen’s candidacy for U.S. Senator.