White Bluff Mayor Linda Hayes will be running two campaigns for the Nov. 6 election. Not only will she be seeking a second term as mayor in White Bluff’s municipal election, but she also will be the Democratic nominee for the redrawn 78th District seat in the Tennessee House of Representatives. Hayes carried both Cheatham and Dickson counties in topping bed and breakfast owner Jane Crisp in Thursday’s Democratic primary. Hayes edged Crisp by nine votes in Cheatham County, 646-637, then received 79 percent of the votes in the Dickson County portion of the district, 798-205. She won with 63 percent of the votes in the district, 1,444-842. Hayes will face off against GOP nominee Mary Littleton of Dickson and independent Rick Wilson of Pleasant View to replace Phillip Johnson after the 10-year incumbent Republican chose not to seek re-election. Hayes also faces a challenge in her bid for re-election as mayor, with qualifying for the municipal election open until Aug. 16.