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2013 U.S. Election Returns

Race Total Pcts Pcts Reporting % Reporting
President 0 0 99%
Obama Democrat 51% with 62,615,406 Total Votes
Romney Republican 48% with 59,142,004 Total Votes
Others 2% with 1,969,004 Total Votes
The Tennessee Vote 2071 2059 99%
Romney Republican 59% with 1,450,595 Total Votes
Obama Democrat 39% with 951,406 Total Votes
Gary Johnson Independent 1% with 18,506 Total Votes
Virgil Goode Constitution 0% with 7,278 Total Votes
Jill Stein Green 0% with 6,443 Total Votes
Rocky Anderson Independent 0% with 2,617 Total Votes
Merlin Miller Independent 0% with 1,742 Total Votes
U.S. House - Dist. 1 240 240 100%
Phil Roe (I)  Republican 76% with 182,186 Total Votes
Alan Woodruff Democrat 20% with 47,597 Total Votes
Karen Brackett Independent 2% with 4,834 Total Votes
Robert Smith Green 1% with 2,870 Total Votes
Michael Salyer Independent 1% with 2,042 Total Votes
U.S. House - Dist. 2 180 180 100%
John Duncan (I)  Republican 74% with 193,312 Total Votes
Troy Goodale Democrat 21% with 53,336 Total Votes
Norris Dryer Green 2% with 5,639 Total Votes
Greg Samples Independent 2% with 4,324 Total Votes
Brandon Stewart Independent 1% with 2,934 Total Votes
U.S. House - Dist. 3 271 271 100%
Chuck Fleischmann (I)  Republican 61% with 157,725 Total Votes
Mary Headrick Democrat 35% with 91,031 Total Votes
Matthew Deniston Independent 3% with 7,897 Total Votes
U.S. House - Dist. 4 241 241 100%
Scott DesJarlais (I)  Republican 56% with 128,500 Total Votes
Eric Stewart Democrat 44% with 101,944 Total Votes
U.S. House - Dist. 5 187 187 100%
Jim Cooper (I)  Democrat 65% with 166,999 Total Votes
Brad Staats Republican 33% with 83,982 Total Votes
John Miglietta Green 2% with 5,058 Total Votes
U.S. House - Dist. 6 275 275 100%
Diane Black (I)  Republican 77% with 184,264 Total Votes
Scott Beasley Independent 14% with 34,746 Total Votes
Pat Riley Green 9% with 21,613 Total Votes
U.S. House - Dist. 7 278 278 100%
Marsha Blackburn (I)  Republican 71% with 180,775 Total Votes
Credo Amouzouvik Democrat 24% with 61,050 Total Votes
Howard Switzer Green 2% with 4,584 Total Votes
Jack Arnold Independent 2% with 4,219 Total Votes
William Akin Independent 1% with 2,728 Total Votes
Leonard Ladner Independent 0% with 1,249 Total Votes
U.S. House - Dist. 8 253 253 100%
Stephen Fincher (I)  Republican 68% with 190,571 Total Votes
Timothy Dixon Democrat 28% with 79,347 Total Votes
James Hart Independent 2% with 6,132 Total Votes
Mark Rawles Independent 1% with 2,864 Total Votes
U.S. House - Dist. 9 163 163 100%
Steve Cohen (I)  Democrat 75% with 188,245 Total Votes
George Flinn Republican 24% with 59,676 Total Votes
Brian Saulsberry Independent 1% with 1,444 Total Votes
Gregory Joiner Independent 1% with 1,368 Total Votes
U.S. Senate 2072 2072 100%
Bob Corker (I)  Republican 65% with 1,496,668 Total Votes
Mark Clayton Democrat 30% with 700,753 Total Votes
Martin Pleasant Green 2% with 37,964 Total Votes
Shaun Crowell Independent 1% with 20,813 Total Votes
Kermit Steck Constitution 1% with 18,490 Total Votes
Michel Long Independent 0% with 8,043 Total Votes
James Higdon Independent 0% with 8,036 Total Votes
Troy Scoggin Independent 0% with 7,105 Total Votes
David Gatchell Independent 0% with 6,469 Total Votes
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