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Full Election Results From Across Tennessee

There were some surprises in judicial and primary elections across the state. You can find full voting results from the Secretary of State's office or see a roundup of news coverage on races in each judicial district from the TBA as it develops. This afternoon's TBAToday will cover additional analysis of legislative and other races.

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Voters Retain Justices in Widely Watched Race

Tennessee voters chose to retain all three Supreme Court justices in Thursday's election.

Despite a big money campaign against them, Chief Justice Gary Wade and Justices Connie Clark and Sharon Lee all survived to new eight-year terms on the state's highest court. Complete results compiled by the Secretary of State's office show all three held a margin of about 56 percent to 44 percent. All judges on the Court of Appeals and Court of Criminal Appeals also were retained by voters.

Tennessee Bar Association President Jonathan Steen said that he is “proud of the way the judges conducted a campaign on the highest ethical plane, upholding the principle of fair and impartial courts.”

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TBA Offers New Credit Card Processing Benefit for Members

LawPay: Credit Card Processing has just joined the lineup of companies offering TBA members special programming and pricing. Members who sign up for the program before Feb. 28 will see the $150 virtual terminal fee and the program fee for the first three months waived. LawPay has experience working with lawyers in 34 states and can help you easily accept credit and debit card payments from clients while being confident that transactions between trust and operating accounts are handled correctly.

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