Tennessee Elections
2014 Tennessee U.S. Senate Elections  

Hot Senate Races
Tuesday, November 4th, 2014




Electoral Votes:  
  Bill Haslam (R)

    The was held on Thursday, August 7th, 2014.
    The will be held on Tuesday, November 4th, 2014.
    The U.S. Senate seat currently held by Lamar Alexander will be up for election in 2014. 
    The gubernatorial seat currently held by Bill Haslam will be up for election in 2014.  More
    Tennessee Secretary of State, Division of Elections
    Democratic Party of Tennessee
    Republican Party of Tennessee

   Tennessee Senate Elections The Tennessee Senate seat to be contested is currently held by republican Lamar Alexander.
   Tennessee Senate Race Lamar Alexander was sworn in on January 3rd, 2003 and is serving his second term in office.
   Tennessee 2014 Senate Election Lamar Alexander is eligible for re-election in 2014 and has declared his candidacy.

2014 Tennessee U.S. Senatorial Candidates

Lamar Alexander

Incumbent U.S. Senator from Tennessee
Republican Nominee      Alexander campaign website

Gordon Ball

Democratic Nominee      Ball campaign website

Tom Emerson, Jr.

Tea Party, IT Project Manager, network administrator and U.S. Navy veteran
Declared Independent Candidate      Emerson campaign website

Ed Gauthier

Veteran, engineer, construction management
Declared Independent Candidate      Gauthier campaign website

Joshua James

Declared Libertarian Candidate      James campaign website

Danny Page

Evangelist, Pastor, and Journeyman Electrician
Declared Independent Candidate      Page campaign website

Choudhury Salekin

Harvard trained medical professional
Declared Independent Candidate      Salekin campaign website

Eric Schechter

Former candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2012
Declared Independent Candidate      Schechter campaign website

Joe Wilmoth

Declared Independent Candidate      Wilmoth campaign website
    The was held on Thursday, August 7th, 2014.

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