Women Running in Tennessee

Significance of State

Since the 1950s, Republicans have usually won here, although there have been a few exceptions, most recently Bill Clinton (with home-state Senator Al Gore as vice president) in 1992 and 1996. Interestingly, Gore lost the state in 2000 when he headed the Democratic ticket. In 2016, Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton by a margin of 61% to 35%.

Blair Walsingham ~ U.S. House, District 1

Blair Walsingham is running to represent Tennessee's 1st District. She was facing two Democratic challengers on the August 6th Primary ballot. Both challengers have unofficially withdrawn from the contest. Assuming she earns her the party's nomination, Blair will face one of six GOP candidates and Independent candidate Steve Holder in November. The current incumbent is not seeking reelection. The seat sits in a deeply red district.

Marquita Bradshaw ~ U.S. Senate

In the August 6 Primary, Marquita Bradshaw will face four Democratic challengers in pursuit of the Democratic nomination.

Renee Hoyos ~ U.S. House, District 2

Renee Hoyos is running to represent Tennessee's 2nd District. In the Democratic Primary on August 6th, she'll face one Democratic challenger. If she wins her party's nomination, she'll face incumbent Republican Tim Burchett. Burchett voted against the impeachment of President Trump for the charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

Women Running in Tennessee ~ To Be Profiled

Noelle Bivens ~ U.S. House, District 4

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