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  Tennessee
State Government
  Governor  Bill Haslam 2 14 +47.47%
 Lieutenant Governor 
 Attorney General 
  TN State House  Republican Party Control 0 14 +47.47%
  TN State Senate  Republican Party Control 1 14 +69.70%
President
  President  Mitt Romney 0 12 +20.40%
Senate
  Senate Class I  Bob Corker 2 12 +34.48%
  Senate Class II  Lamar Alexander 3 14 +30.00%
House of Representatives
  TN - District 01  Phil Roe 4 14 +75.73%
  TN - District 02  John "Jimmy" Duncan, Jr. 14 14 +49.94%
  TN - District 03  Chuck Fleischmann 3 14 +27.78%
  TN - District 04  Scott DesJarlais 3 14 +23.01%
  TN - District 05  Jim Cooper 13 14 +26.62%
  TN - District 06  Diane Black 3 14 +48.12%
  TN - District 07  Marsha Blackburn 7 14 +43.22%
  TN - District 08  Stephen Lee Fincher 3 14 +46.25%
  TN - District 09  Steve Cohen 5 14 +51.65%
County List
 Counties 
Referenda
  Constitutional Amendments  Yes 107 14 +5.19%
State Symbol
  State Bird  Mockingbird 1 33 +0.66%

Sub-Races
% Of Total VotesOfficeTennessee WinnerYrTennessee Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race

Neighbors
Alabama, United States  
Arkansas, United States  
Georgia, United States  
Kentucky, United States  
Mississippi, United States  
Missouri, United States  
North Carolina, United States  
Virginia, United States  

Created From
[X] Southwest Territory
State DETAILS
Parents > United States  
Website[Link]
Established June 01, 1796
Disbanded Still Active
ContributorWishful Thinking
Last ModifiedRP June 03, 2011 02:36pm
DescriptionState of Tennessee
"Agriculture and commerce"

Tennessee is a state in the south-central United States. It is bordered by Kentucky and Virginia to the North, North Carolina to the East, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi to its South, and across the Mississippi River, Arkansas and Missouri in the West.

The state has many sites of historic interest, including the Hermitage, home of Andrew Jackson, the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, Shiloh National Military Park, and Fort Donelson and Stones River national battlefields. Part of the Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park is also in Tennessee. The Natchez Trace National Parkway generally follows the old Natchez Trace.

Nashville is the capital and the second largest city. The largest city is Memphis.

Although Tennessee is now primarily industrial, with most of its people residing in urban areas, many Tennesseans still derive their livelihood from the land. The state's leading crops are cotton, soybeans, and tobacco; cattle, dairy products, and hogs are also principal farm commodities.

Tennessee's leading mineral, in dollar value, is stone; zinc ranks second (Tennessee leads the nation in its production). Industry is being continually diversified; the state's leading manufactures are chemicals and related products, foods, electrical machinery, primary metals, automobiles, textiles and apparel, and stone, clay, and glass items. Aluminum production has been important since World War I.
PVIR+24.62 ( D-11.99 R+12.26 I+0.91 N-0.08 LBT-0.99 G-0.10 CST+0.15 PFP-0.05 J-0.03 A'sP-0.03 IR-0.02 )

MAPS

TN CDs 2013-2023 Jan 3, 2013-Jan 3, 2023

Largest Population Cities [More]  
# City County Population As Of
1 Memphis Shelby 656,861 2014-07-01
2 Nashville Davidson 644,014 2014-07-01
3 Knoxville Knox 184,802 2008-07-01
4 Chattanooga Hamilton 170,880 2008-07-01
5 Clarksville Montgomery 119,735 2008-07-01
6 Murfreesboro Rutherford 101,753 2008-07-01
7 Jackson Madison 63,158 2008-07-01
8 Johnson City Washington 61,990 2008-07-01
9 Hendersonville Sumner 47,725 2008-07-01
10 Bartlett Shelby 47,501 2008-07-01
Largest Population Counties [More]  
# County Population As Of
1 Shelby 920,232 2009-07-01
2 Davidson 635,710 2009-07-01
3 Knox 435,725 2009-07-01
4 Hamilton 337,175 2009-07-01
5 Rutherford 257,048 2009-07-01
6 Williamson 176,838 2009-07-01
7 Montgomery 160,978 2009-07-01
8 Sumner 158,759 2009-07-01
9 Sullivan 154,552 2009-07-01
10 Blount 122,784 2009-07-01

INFORMATION LINKS
Constitution Party of Tennessee  Discuss
Green Party of Tennessee  Discuss
Independent America First Party of Tennessee  Discuss
Libertarian Party of Tennessee  Discuss
Southern Independence Party of Tennessee  Discuss
State of Tennessee Division of Elections  Discuss
State of Tennessee General Assembly  Discuss
State of Tennessee Government  Discuss
Tennessee Democratic Party  Discuss
Tennessee Republican Party  Discuss

PARTY REGISTRATION

DEMOGRAPHIC
Population
Demographic Amount % As Of Contributor
Population 5,689,283 100.00% Apr 01, 2000 RP
Religion

MEDIA
Category Name
Newspaper Chattanooga Times Free Press 
Newspaper Knoxville News-Sentinel 
Newspaper Maryville Daily Times 
Newspaper Memphis Commercial Appeal 
Newspaper Memphis Flyer 
Newspaper Nashville Scene 

EVENTS
Start Date End Date Type Title Contributor
Jan 01, 1900 07:00am Jan 01, 1900 07:00pm General Election TN Poll Open and Close Times Set  RP 
Aug 05, 2010 06:00am Aug 05, 2010 07:00pm Primary Election TN Primary Election  RP 
Mar 06, 2012 07:00am Mar 06, 2012 07:00pm Presidential Primary TN Presidential Primary  RP 

BOOKS
Title Purchase Contributor
Tennessee: A Political History  Purchase Servo 
Tennessee Senators, 1911-2001: Portraits of Leadership in a Century of Change  Purchase Servo 
Tennessee Political Humor: Some of These Jokes You Voted for  Purchase Servo 

NEWS
Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Mar 26, 2013 01:00pm News Bill stripping primary voters’ ability to select U.S. Senate nominees advances in Tennessee state Senate  Article RBH 
Mar 25, 2013 04:35pm News IS TENN. CAPITOL SINK FOR MUSLIM FEET WASHING? NO  Article Homegrown Democrat 
Sep 05, 2012 07:00pm News Ashley Judd won't rule out a political run  Article John 
Apr 10, 2012 06:45pm Proposed Legislation Tennessee governor allows bill targeting science education to become law  Article RP 
Oct 21, 2011 11:40am News 91-year-old can't get voter ID because of line  Article Homegrown Democrat 
Jun 08, 2011 04:00pm Idiocy Tenn. law bans posting images that "cause emotional distress"  Article RP 

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