Who Won Tennessee Elections in 2012?
Incumbent U.S. Senator Bob Corker easily won a second term over Democratic challenger Mark Clayton.
In fact all the incumbents running for Congress won re-election and none of the races were very close. Five of the nine Congressional races had the winner garner over 70% of the vote.
Mitt Romney won the 11 electoral votes from Tennessee with nearly 60% of the vote.
|1st District||Phil Roe||REP||Incumbent||76.0%|
|2nd District||John Duncan||REP||Incumbent||74.4%|
|3rd District||Chuck Fleischmann||REP||Incumbent||61.5%|
|4th District||Scott DesJarlais||REP||Incumbent||55.8%|
|5th District||Jim Cooper||DEM||Incumbent||65.2%|
|6th District||Diane Black||REP||Incumbent||76.4%|
|7th District||Marsha Blackburn||REP||Incumbent||71.0%|
|8th District||Stephen Fincher||REP||Incumbent||68.3%|
|9th District||Steve Cohen||DEM||Incumbent||75.1%|