Tennessee

Tennessee is a U.S. state with two senators in the United States Senate and nine representatives in the United States House of Representatives.

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Senators

Each state elects two senators for staggered 6-year terms. Senators represent the entire state.

Senior Senator
Lamar Alexander
Republican
Took Office: Jan 7, 2003
Next Election: 2020
Junior Senator
Bob Corker
Republican
Took Office: Jan 4, 2007
Next Election: 2018

Representatives

The United States is divided into 435 congressional districts — 9 in Tennessee — each with a population of about 710,000 individuals. Each district elects a representative to the House for a two-year term. Representatives are also called congressmen/congresswomen.

1st District
David “Phil” Roe
Republican
Took Office: Jan 6, 2009
Greene County, Sevier County, Hawkins ...
2nd District
John “Jimmy” Duncan Jr.
Republican
Took Office: Nov 8, 1988
Blount County, Knox County, Claiborne ...
3rd District
Charles “Chuck” Fleischmann
Republican
Took Office: Jan 5, 2011
Monroe County, Hamilton County, Scott ...
4th District
Scott DesJarlais
Republican
Took Office: Jan 5, 2011
Rutherford County, Franklin County, Lincoln ...
5th District
Jim Cooper
Democrat
Took Office: Jan 7, 2003
Davidson County, Nashville-Davidson metropolitan government ...
6th District
Diane Black
Republican
Took Office: Jan 5, 2011
Cumberland County, Wilson County, Sumner ...
7th District
Marsha Blackburn
Republican
Took Office: Jan 7, 2003
Wayne County, Hardeman County, Lawrence ...
8th District
Stephen Fincher
Republican
Took Office: Jan 5, 2011
Fayette County, Gibson County, Carroll ...
9th District
Steve Cohen
Democrat
Took Office: Jan 4, 2007
White Haven-Coro Lake, Parkway Village-Oakhaven, ...

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