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Tennessee State Legislative Primary Results

8 incumbents ousted on Thursday: 2 Democrats, 6 Republicans

Below are unofficial results from the Tennessee secretary of state’s office for contested General Assembly races.

Incumbents who lost out to challengers in the Senate included Republicans Stacey Campfield of Knoxville and Jim Summerville of Dickson and Democrat Ophelia Ford, D-Memphis. In the House, five lawmakers failed to fend off challenges from within their party — four Republicans and one Democrat. They were Gary Odom, D-Nashville, Tony Shipley, R-Kingsport, Steve Hall, R-Knoxville, Dennis “Coach” Roach, R-Rutledge and Vance Dennis, R-Savannah.

Tennessee Senate

District 7

  • Republican: Mike Alford, Knoxville 1,201
  • Republican: Richard Briggs, Knoxville 13,977
  • Republican (Incumbent): Stacey Campfield, Knoxville 5,824

District 15 

  • Republican: State Rep. Paul Bailey, Sparta 12,498
  • Republican: Gary Steakley, Cookeville 1,357
  • Republican: Matt Swallows, Cookeville 12,0111

District 17

  • Republican (Incumbent): Mae Beavers, Mt. Juliet 15,413
  • Republican: Clark Boyd, Lebanon 10,645

District 19

  • Democrat (Incumbent): Thelma M. Harper, Whites Creek 9,210
  • Democrat: Brandon J. Puttbrese, Nashville 1,420

District 21 

  • Republican: Mwafaq Aljabbary, Antioch 264
  • Republican: Diana Cuellar, Nashville 2,115
  • Republican: Quincy McKnight, Antioch 1,096
  • Democrat: Mary Mancini, Nashville 3,823
  • Democrat: Jeff Yarbro, Nashville 4,941

District 25

  • Republican: State Rep. Joshua G. Evans, Greenbrier 8,671
  • Republican: Kerry Roberts (former state senator), Springfield 9,720
  • Republican (Incumbent): Jim Summerville, Dickson 3,622
  • Republican: Wayne White, Cumberland Furnace 9,48

District 27 

  • Republican: Brandon Dodds, Newbern 7,763
  • Republican: Ed Jackson, Jackson 11,135

District 29

  • Republican: James R. “Jim” Finney, Memphis 3,098
  • Republican: Anthony D. Herron, Jr., Memphis 679
  • Democrat: Ricky W. Dixon, Memphis 6,677
  • Democrat (Incumbent): Ophelia E. Ford, Memphis 6,439
  • Democrat: Lee Harris, Memphis 10,169
  • Democrat: Herman Sawyer, Memphis 590

Tennessee House of Representatives

District 2

  • Republican: Bud Hulsey, Kingsport 5,046
  • Republican (Incumbent): Tony Shipley, Kingsport 3,391

District 3

  • Republican (Incumbent): Timothy Hill, Blountville 8,069
  • Republican: Kevin Parsons, Mountain City 1,984

District 4

  • Republican: John B. Holsclaw, Jr., Johnson City 7,187
  • Republican: Judy R. Veeneman, Elizabethton 4,275
  • District 5
  • Republican (Incumbent): David B. Hawk, Greeneville 5,934
  • Republican: Ted Hensley, Chuckey 3,936

District 6

  • Republican: Clayton Stout, Johnson City 3,496
  • Republican (Incumbent): James (Micah) Van Huss, Johnson City 4,443

District 7

  • Republican: Phil Carriger, Johnson City 3,2014
  • Republican: Todd Mitchell Franklin, Jonesborough 265
  • Republican (Incumbent): Matthew Hill, Jonesborough 3,966

District 13 (too close to call…)

  • Republican: Jason Emert, Knoxville 2,304
  • Republican: Eddie Smith, Knoxville 2,334

District 18 

  • Republican: Martin Daniel, Knoxville 3,921
  • Republican (Incumbent): Steve Hall, Knoxville 3,756

District 22 

  • Republican: Dan Howell, Georgetown 4,599
  • Republican: J. Adam Lowe, Cleveland 3,583

District 27 

  • Republican: Tommy Crangle, Signal Mountain 4,148
  • Republican: Patsy Hazlewood, Signal Mountain 5,572
  • Republican: Charlie White, Chattanooga 350

District 31

  • Republican; Jim Cobb, Spring City, (former state representative) 3,600
  • Republican (Incumbent): Ron Travis, Dayton 6,723

District 33

  • Republican: Caitlin Nolan, Oak Ridge 3,682
  • Republican (Incumbent): John D. Ragan, Oak Ridge 4,455

District 35

  • Republican (Incumbent): Dennis “Coach” Roach, Rutledge 3,687
  • Republican: Jerry Sexton, Bean Station 4,570

District 37

  • Republican: Eddie Smotherman, Murfreesboro 1,773
  • Republican (Incumbent): Dawn White, Murfreesboro 4,358

District 39

  • Republican (Incumbent): David Alexander, Winchester 4,893
  • Republican: Jack R. Daniel, Huntland 1,893

District 43 

  • Democrat: Kevin Dunlap, Rock Island 3,578
  • Democrat: Kristopher Gore, McMinnville 906
  • Democrat: James Thomas Jacobs, McMinnville 808

District 45

  • Republican (Incumbent): Courtney Rogers, Goodlettsville 4,487
  • Republican: Leonard J. Silverman, Goodlettsville 2,896

District 48 

  • Republican: Adam Coggin, Murfreesboro 2,215
  • Republican: Rick Peppers, Murfreesboro 2,126
  • Republican: Bryan Terry, Murfreesboro 2,669

District 49

  • Republican (Incumbent): Mike Sparks, Smyrna 2,287
  • Republican: Robert Stevens, Smyrna 1,935

District 51 

  • Republican: Brian L. Mason, Nashville 518
  • Republican: Joshua Rawlings, Old Hickory 302
  • Democrat: Bill Beck, Nashville 1,136
  • Democrat: Stephen Fotopulos, Nashville 643
  • Democrat: Jennifer Buck Wallace, Nashville 1,043

District 55

  • Democrat: John Ray Clemmons, Nashville 1,850
  • Democrat (Incumbent): Gary Odom, Nashville 1,558

District 61

  • Republican: Steve Gawrys, Brentwood 4,148
  • Republican (Incumbent): Charles Sargent, Franklin 4,404

District 63

  • Republican (Incumbent): Glen Casada, Thompson’s Station 5,422
  • Republican: Cherie Hammond, Brentwood 2,808

District 65

  • Democrat: Brian N. Johnson, Franklin 379
  • Democrat: William S. Peach, Franklin 669

District 66 

  • Republican: William B. Brewer, Greenbrier 813
  • Republican: Matt Burnett, Greenbrier 1,360
  • Republican: Sabi (Doc) Kumar, Springfield 3,538
  • Republican: Chris Orndorff, Springfield 2,339

District 71

  • Republican: David “Coach” Byrd, Waynesboro 5,767
  • Republican (Incumbent): Vance Dennis, Savannah 4,963

District 74

  • Republican: Jay D. Reedy, Erin 2,976
  • Republican: Keith A. Svadba, Clarksville 1,166

District 75

  • Democrat: Charles Cooper, Camden 1,842
  • Democrat: Randy Patton, Camden 3,075

District 81

  • Republican: Rory Bricco, Covington 2,112
  • Republican (Incumbent): Debra Moody, Covington 4,391

District 84

  • Democrat (Incumbent): Joe Towns, Memphis 5,153
  • Democrat: Kenneth L. Wells, Memphis 1,354

District 91

  • Republican: Samuel Watkins, Memphis 632
  • Republican: Orrden Williams, Jr., Memphis 106
  • Democrat (Incumbent): Raumesh A. Akbari, Memphis 3,763
  • Democrat: Doris Deberry-Bradshaw 2,972

District 94 

  • Republican: Stephen Lee Hale, Rossville 1,964
  • Republican: Hal Rounds, Somerville 2,681
  • Republican: Leigh Rosser Wilburn, Somerville 4,807

 

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