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Byron Looper
also called "Low Tax" Looper and has one more synonym

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  1. Byron (Low Tax) Looper , is a former Republican politician in Tennessee

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  2. An obscure Tennessee state law required that a candidate's name be removed from the ballot and not replaced if he died within 30 days of the election

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  3. born Byron Anthony Looper on September 15, 1964

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  4. In order to advance his political career, he legally changed his middle name from Anthony to "(Low Tax)"

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  5. After being convicted for the October 1998 murder of his election opponent, incumbent Tennessee State Senator Tommy Burks, he is now serving a life sentence in Tennessee state prison

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