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Incumbents

U.S. Senate

Senator Lamar Alexander
Senior Seat Republican
Trudy Austin
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Independent
Marsha Blackburn
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Republican
Phil Bredesen
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Democratic
John Carico
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Independent
Gary Davis
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Dean Hill
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Independent
Kevin McCants
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Independent
Aaron Pettigrew
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Breton Phillips
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Independent
Kris Todd
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Independent
John Wolfe, Jr.
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Senator Robert Corker
Junior Seat Republican

U.S. House

District 5
Representative Jim Cooper
District 5 (Running) Democratic
Jody Ball
District 5 Challenger (Running) Republican
Glen Dean
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Republican
District 7
Representative Marsha Blackburn
District 7 Republican
Mark Green
District 7 Challenger (Running) Republican
Justin Kanew
District 7 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Lenny Ladner
District 7 Challenger (Running) Independent
Brent Legendre
District 7 Challenger (Running) Independent
Matt Reel
District 7 Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Incumbents

Challengers

Governor

Diane Black
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Randy Boyd
Challenger (Lost) Republican
CoonRippy Brown
Challenger (Running) Independent
Sherry Clark
Challenger (Running) Independent
Justin Cornett
Challenger (Running) Independent
Karl Dean
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Gabriel Fancher
Challenger (Running) Independent
Craig Fitzhugh
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Sean Fleming
Challenger (Running) Independent
Beth Harwell
Challenger (Lost) Republican
William Helmstetter
Challenger (Running) Independent
Cory King
Challenger (Running) Independent
Matthew Koch
Challenger (Running) Independent
Bill Lee
Challenger (Running) Republican
Basil Marceaux, Sr.
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Tommy McAnally
Challenger (Running) Independent
Jessie McDonald
Challenger (Running) Independent
Toney Mitchell
Challenger (Running) Independent
Yvonne Neubert
Challenger (Running) Independent
Mezianne Payne
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Alfred Rapoza
Challenger (Running) Independent
Chad Riden
Challenger (Running) Independent
Robert Sawyers, Sr.
Challenger (Running) Independent
Heather Scott
Challenger (Running) Independent
George Smith IV
Challenger (Running) Independent
Jeremy Stephenson
Challenger (Running) Independent
Mike Toews
Challenger (Running) Independent
Rick Tyler
Challenger (Running) Independent
Vinnie Vineyard
Challenger (Running) Independent
Jaron Weidner
Challenger (Running) Independent
Kay White
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Patrick Whitlock
Challenger (Running) Independent
Joe Wilmoth
Challenger (Running) Independent
Mark Wright
Challenger (Running) Independent
Tracy Yaste Tisdale
Challenger (Running) Independent

Lieutenant Governor

Incumbents

Challengers

State House

District 2
Representative Bud Hulsey
District 2 (Running) Republican
Robert Ellis
District 2 Challenger (Running) Independent
Arvil Love, Jr.
District 2 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 4
Representative John Holsclaw, Jr.
District 4 (Running) Republican
Tim Lingerfelt
District 4 Challenger (Lost) Republican
District 5
Representative David Hawk
District 5 (Running) Republican
Park Overall
District 5 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 6
Representative Micah Van Huss
District 6 (Running) Republican
Stephen Darden
District 6 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Murphey Johnson
District 6 Challenger (Running) Independent
District 70
Representative Barry Doss
District 70 (Lost) Republican
Clay Doggett
District 70 Challenger (Running) Republican
Roy Waldrop
District 70 Challenger (Running) Independent
Jessica Yokley
District 70 Challenger (Running) Democratic

State Senate

District 1
Senator Steve Southerland
District 1 (Running) Republican
District 2
Senator Art Swann
District 2 (Running) Republican
Wesley Maples
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Scott Williams
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Republican
District 28
Senator Joey Hensley
District 28 Republican

Incumbents

Attorney General

Secretary of State

Commissioner of Education

Comptroller of the Treasury

Treasurer

State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Volunteer State
  • Motto: Agriculture and Commerce
  • Area: 42,244 sq mi
  • Population: 6,456,243 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Nashville
  • Statehood: June 1, 1796 (16th state)
  • Highest Point: Clingmans Dome, 6,643 ft
  • Lowest Point: Mississippi R., 182 ft
  • Bird: Mockingbird
  • Flower: Iris
  • Senators: 33
  • Representatives: 99
  • Electoral Votes: 11
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