Political Roundup: DA’s race goes critical, Skullduggery and August ballot shakeout

By , Daily Memphian Updated: April 12, 2022 10:51 PM CT | Published: April 12, 2022 8:53 PM CT
<strong>Democratic contenders for district attorney Linda Harris (from left), Steve Mulroy and Janika White attended a&nbsp;&ldquo;Flip The DA&rdquo; rally at Hattiloo Theater this month. The winner in the May primary will advance to the August county general election ballot.</strong> (Bill Dries/Daily Memphian)

Democratic contenders for district attorney Linda Harris (from left), Steve Mulroy and Janika White attended a “Flip The DA” rally at Hattiloo Theater this month. The winner in the May primary will advance to the August county general election ballot. (Bill Dries/Daily Memphian)

The Democratic primary race for district attorney is about to turn from general calls for change to who can upset incumbent Republican Amy Weirich.

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2022 district attorney race Amy Weirich Steve Mulroy Linda Harris Janika White Pamela Moses Theryn Bond Billy Orgel Amber Huett-Garcia Anti-Skullduggery Act Joe Towns U.A. Moore Ed Haley Marsha Blackburn Kendra Lee Vanecia Kimbrow Shelby County Election Commission 2022 judicial races Kenya Brooks Joe Ozment Jason Martin

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Bill Dries covers city and county government and politics. He is a native Memphian and has been a reporter for more than 40 years.


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