Who Won Tennessee Elections in 2004?
The 2004 elections in Tennessee featured nine congressional races, but no senate seats. All the incumbents easily won re-election in Tennessee, including 7th District Representative Marsha Blackburn who ran unopposed in 2004.
George W Bush won Tennessee's 11 electoral votes in the 2004 presidential election.
|1st District||Bill Jenkins||REP||Incumbent||73.9%|
|2nd District||John Duncan||REP||Incumbent||79.1%|
|3rd District||Zach Wamp||REP||Incumbent||64.7%|
|4th District||Lincoln Davis||DEM||Incumbent||54.8%|
|5th District||Jim Cooper||DEM||Incumbent||69.3%|
|6th District||Bart Gordon||DEM||Incumbent||64.2%|
|7th District||Marsha Blackburn||REP||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|8th District||John S Tanner||DEM||Incumbent||74.3%|
|9th District||Harold Ford, Sr||DEM||Incumbent||82.0%|