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Curtiss wins after voting machine troubles resolved
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Charles Curtiss had to wait until Wednesday morning to learn he won Grundy County and will return for a 10th term in the Tennessee House.Curtiss beat challenger Robert Dunham 10,607 votes to 9,927 in the three-county 43rd District that includes all of White and Grundy counties, and roughly two-thirds of Warren County.Curtiss, a Democrat from Sparta, lost his home county, 4,676 votes to 4,231, but rallied to win Warren and Grundy counties.“I’d be a liar if I said I wasn’t a little disappointed,” said Curtiss when asked about losing in White County. “But I sort of anticipated it might go that way since they did so much negative campaigning early. This is the first time I’ve been involved in a dirty campaign like this.”Due to problems with its MicroVote machines, Grundy County had to wait until Wednesday morning for most of its election results.

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