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Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:53 p.m. EST
Tenn. Senate 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerLamar Alexander (R) 901,155 54 
Bob Clement (D) 731,894 44 
John Hooker (I) 6,953 
Wesley Baker (I) 6,167 
Connie Gammon (I) 5,355 
Karl Davidson (I) 2,279 
Basil Marceaux (I) 1,174 
H. Gary Keplinger (I) 1,099 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:53 p.m. EST
Tenn. Governor 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerPhil Bredesen (D) 842,921 51 
Van Hilleary (R) 793,940 48 
Edwin Sanders (I) 7,761 
Carl Whitaker (I) 5,263 
John Hooker (I) 4,589 
David Gatchell (I) 2,985 
Ray Ledford (I) 1,597 
Gabriel Givens (I) 1,594 
James Herren (I) 1,213 
Charles Wilhoit Jr. (I) 939 
Ronny Simmons (I) 657 
Francis Waldron (I) 646 
Marivuana Leinoff (I) 644 
Robert Watson (I) 586 
Basil Marceaux (I) 301 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2002 | Updated 8:01 p.m. EST
Tenn. House District 1 
( 0 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerWilliam Jenkins* (R)  Uncontested  
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Tenn. House District 2 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerJohn Duncan* (R) 146,844 79 
John Greene (D) 37,027 20 
Joshua Williamson (I) 1,110 
George Njezic (I) 940 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Tenn. House District 3 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerZach Wamp* (R) 110,594 65 
John Wolfe (D) 57,802 34 
William Bolen (I) 1,718 
Timothy Sevier (I) 942 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Tenn. House District 4 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerLincoln Davis (D) 96,810 52 
Janice Bowling (R) 86,773 47 
William Chandler (I) 1,070 
John Ray (I) 595 
Bert Mason (I) 505 
Ed Wellmann (I) 397 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Tenn. House District 5 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerJim Cooper (D) 108,947 64 
Robert Duvall (R) 56,837 33 
John Hooker (I) 3,063 
Jonathan Farley (I) 1,205 
Jesse Turner (I) 877 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Tenn. House District 6 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerBart Gordon* (D) 117,027 66 
Robert Garrison (R) 57,395 32 
J.Patrick Lyons (I) 3,065 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Tenn. House District 7 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerMarsha Blackburn (R) 150,558 71 
Tim Barron (D) 54,767 26 
Rick Patterson (I) 5,624 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Tenn. House District 8 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerJohn Tanner* (D) 117,838 70 
Mat McClain (R) 45,850 27 
James Hart (I) 4,288 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
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