Gallery: Business Digest +4 more photos LBMC has promoted three managers in its Chattanooga office. Bryan Mattice has been named manager in LBMC's Audit division. He joined LBMC in 2018. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and an MBA from the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. He has his CPA and CFE. Kimberly Pace has been named Manager in LBMC's Audit division. She joined LBMC in July 2016. She holds her bachelor's degree from Lee University and is a Certified Public Accountant in Tennessee. Lucas Watson has been named Manager in LBMC's Tax division. He joined LBMC in 2017. He holds his bachelor's degree from Carson-Newman University and is a Certified Public Accountant in Tennessee. LSU hires ex-Unum VP for strategic planning Louisianna State University has hired Jim Sabourin, former senior vice president and chief communications officer for Unum, as vice president of strategic communications, … [Read more...] about Business Digest: LBMC announces promotions in Chattanooga office
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Colorado will conduct its first presidential party primaries in decades on Super Tuesday next year, joining at least 12 other states in a scrum that could winnow the sprawling field of 2020 White House hopefuls, Gov. Jared Polis announced Tuesday.Polis told Colorado Politics he hopes the state will draw plenty of attention by holding its Democratic and Republican primaries on March 3, known as Super Tuesday, because it's the first and largest multiple-state election in the presidential nominating process, including primaries in California and Texas. Colorado National Popular Vote proponents see momentum building toward 2020 election"The most important thing is to highlight Colorado and make sure both major parties focus on issues that are important to Colorado," Polis, a Democrat, told Colorado Politics in an interview."I want [candidates] to come in full listening mode, to have town halls and listen to our unaffiliated voters," Polis said. "It's a great opportunity for … [Read more...] about Colorado to hold 2020 presidential primaries on Super Tuesday
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland—It’s 4 p.m. on Wednesday, the first day of the 2019 Conservative Political Action Conference—not exactly a prime speaking slot—but a standing room-only crowd has gathered to hear from freshman Congressman Dan Crenshaw. While we wait for the 34-year-old Texan, who is running late due to a vote in the House, the first person I talk to at the back of the Eastern Shore meeting room is Jacob Foster, an 18-year-old high-school student at Gann Academy outside Boston, who is attending CPAC for the third time in his young life. Foster is something of an endangered species at the conference: a conservative who likes a lot of the policies advanced by President Donald Trump yet doesn’t intend to vote for him in 2020 because of Trump’s character. But Crenshaw gives Foster hope. “The glaring difference is he’s not facing accusations of sexual assault, he hasn’t had three marriages, he didn’t dodge the Vietnam … [Read more...] about Is Dan Crenshaw the Future of the GOP?