The Tennessee Democratic and Republican Primaries on August 2 will feature several contested races for state offices.
Six Republicans and three Democrats are in the race for Governor.
Seeking the Republican nomination for Governor on August 2 are Diane Black, Randy Boyd, Beth Harwell, Bill Lee, Basil Marceaux, Sr. and Kay White.
Democrats in the hunt for their party’s nomination for Governor are Karl Dean, Craig Fitzhugh, and Mezianne Vale Payne.
Two Republicans and three Democrats are looking to succeed Bob Corker as U.S. Senator
Candidates in the GOP primary for the US Senate are Marsha Blackburn and Aaron L. Pettigrew.
Democrats seeking the nomination for the US Senate are Phil Bredesen, Gary Davis, and John Wolfe
For the US House of Representatives,6th District, contenders for the GOP nomination are Bob Corlew, Judd Matheny, Christopher Brian Monday, John Rose, and Lavern “Uturn Lavern” Vivio.
Democrats looking to be nominated for Congress are Dawn Barlow, Christopher Martin Finley, Peter Heffernan, and Merilee Wineinger.
In the race for State Senate, District 17, the candidates are Republican Mark Pody and Democrat Mary Alice Carfi. They are each running unopposed for the nomination of their respective parties on August 2.
For the State House of Representatives in District 40, Terri Lynn Weaver and Chad Z. Williams are vying for the GOP nomination. There is no Democratic candidate.
In the District 46 race for the State House of Representatives, the GOP candidates seeking the nomination are Clark Boyd and Menda McCall Holmes.
Democrats seeking the nomination for District 46 are Mark Cagle and Faye Northcutt-Knox
For GOP State Executive Committeeman, District 17, the candidates are Jerry Beavers and Dwayne Craighead.
Two candidates are running for GOP State Executive Committeewoman, District 17, Terri Nicholson and Jennifer Franklin Winfree.
Aubrey T. Givens is in the race for Democratic State Executive Committeeman, District 17 while Carol Brown Andrews is seeking the position of Democratic State Executive Committeewoman, District 17.
Winners of the primaries will face off in the November Tennessee General Election