An anonymous source has provided me with copies of 5 traffic tickets and an archived copy of the court activities from the Maryville Daily Times with regard to Republican Julia Hurley.
On November 22, 1999 she was ticketed for driving 80 mph in 55 mph zone. Fourteen days later on December 6, 1999 she received a ticket for driving 69 mph in a 40 mph zone. Three months later on February 14, 2000 she received a ticket for driving 82 mph in a 55 mph zone.
Three years later, The Daily Times in Maryville, TN on August 5, 2003 in the court activity records listed Julia Cheyanne Hurley as arrested for contempt of court.
Fourteen months later on November 10, 2004 she received a ticket for driving 85 mph in a 60 mph zone. She was also cited for her registration having expired on June 2004 (5 months earlier) In addition, she failed to produce her drivers license and failed to produce her car insurance proof.
Finally, on January 22, 2011 (as the elected State Representative) she was cited for driving 77 mph in a 50 mph zone. That traffic stop was recorded by the State Troopers dashboard camera and we have all seen the replay of that lack of respect for law enforcement personnel by the elected Representative.
On June 19, 2012 I asked the question, can Hurley end the dumb missteps? That was the blog post with her dog Pepper being held outside the car as she video taped it while driving her car. On June 24, 2012 I posted an email that she sent that rehashed her January 2011 traffic stop and several of her other dumb missteps.
Hurley is in a hotly contested race against Republican Kent Calfee. Early voting begins this Friday July 13 and ends on July 28. Election day is August 2.
A vote for Kent Calfee is a vote to end the career of a person that has a record of continual self destructive behavior. The self destructive behavior reflects poorly on the good people of the counties of Roane, Loudon and Lenior City.