Duly noted and blogged

In the Washington Post blog The Fix’s annual list of best state political blogs, Knoxville is heavily represented.

The News Sentinel’s Tom Humphrey made the list for Humphrey on the Hill (OK, he’s based in Nashville, but works for a Knoxville newspaper).

Knoxville State Sen. Stacey Campbell’s Camp4U blog is on the list.

KnoxViews, the long-running progressive, community-driven citizen media site, founded by Randy Neal also was picked as among the best.

The final Tennessee state political blog on the list is PostPolitics in Nashville (there had to be one without a Knoxville tie).

Stateside Associates of Arlington, Va., which bills itself as the largest largest state and local government affairs firm, also has included Humphrey on the Hill among its best state politics blogs. The Nashville Post’s PostPolitics made that list, too.

2 thoughts on “Duly noted and blogged

  1. Jack Lail

    Hey, Doc, I don’t think anyone considers Instapundit a blog that is focused on covering politics within a state. If it were a list of best or most popular blogs based in Tennessee, Glenn Reynolds would certainly be at the top of the list.
    We’ve got a story with him coming Sunday in our 9/11 special package. Look for it at http://www.knoxnews.com/
    — jack lail

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