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PostSubject: Glenn Jacobs, expected to be elected mayor is a libertarian. What that means for Knox County.   Thu May 10, 2018 6:57 am

Search “Glenn Jacobs” on Google and once you get past stories transcribing his rise to being the GOP nominee for Knox County mayor and once you get past the videos of him as WWE wrestler Kane throwing much smaller people around the wrestling ring, you will find old blog posts and political essays with his byline.
For years, Jacobs has been one of the largest proponents for the libertarian brand of Republican politics. The tenants of the brand include two major focuses: pushing for individual freedoms and being, at times, very fiscally conservative. 
Jacobs, the former WWE wrestler known by the stage name Kane, campaigned on those beliefs and used his name to defeat Knox County Commissioners Brad Anders and Bob Thomas in the county primary Tuesday. With over 40,500 ballots cast, Jacobs defeated Anders by a mere 23 votes.
He will face Democratic primary winner, Linda Haney, in the Aug. 2 general election. He is expected to win handily.



https://www.knoxnews.com/story/news/politics/elections/2018/05/06/kane-glenn-jacobs-knox-county-mayor-libertarian-what-means/573331002/

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