Who Won Tennessee Elections in 2014?
Incumbent Republican Governor Bill Haslam had no trouble winning re-election in 2014. He had 70% of the vote over Democratic challenger Charles Brown.
Incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander also had little trouble winning a third term. He had 62% of the vote over Gordon Ball.
All nine of Tennessee's incumbent members of Congress won re-election as well.
|1st District||Phil Roe||REP||Incumbent||82.8%|
|2nd District||John Duncan||REP||Incumbent||72.5%|
|3rd District||Chuck Fleischmann||REP||Incumbent||62.4%|
|4th District||Scott DesJarlais||REP||Incumbent||58.3%|
|5th District||Jim Cooper||DEM||Incumbent||62.3%|
|6th District||Diane Black||REP||Incumbent||71.1%|
|7th District||Marsha Blackburn||REP||Incumbent||70.0%|
|8th District||Stephen Fincher||REP||Incumbent||70.8%|
|9th District||Steve Cohen||DEM||Incumbent||75.0%|