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 Nashville, TN  * 634,464

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% Of Total VotesOfficeCannon WinnerYrCannon Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
0.21% Governor   Bill Lee 18 3,473 74.58% +15.02%
0.21% President   Donald Trump 20 5,190 79.15% +18.49%
0.21% Senate Class I   Marsha Blackburn 18 3,198 68.83% +14.13%
0.21% Senate Class II   Bill Hagerty 20 4,904 79.61% +17.41%
1.70% TN - District 06   John Rose 20 4,702 79.01% +5.33%
5.97% TN Senate 17   Mark Pody 18 3,435 75.93% +5.54%
0.21% Constitutional Amendments   Yes 14 1,833 62.82% +10.22%

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Established January 01, 1836
Disbanded Still Active
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Last ModifiedRBH June 03, 2011 10:52pm
Description Created from Rutherford, Smith, and Warren counties

Named for Newton Cannon
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