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Tennessee Department of State - Division of Elections
2000 Tennessee Democratic Presidential Caucuses Results
March 14, 2000
Al Gore 92%
Bill Bradley 5%
2000 Tennessee Republican Presidential Primary Results
March 14, 2000
George W. Bush 76%
John McCain 16%
Alan Keyes 7%
Gary Bauer <1%
Steve Forbes <1%
Orrin Hatch <1%

2000 Tennessee Congressional Primary Results
August 3, 2000
party activist / college professor Jeff Clark (D) 34.3%, '98 governor nominee John Jay Hooker (D) 33.8%, retired carpenter James Otis Looney (D) 3.3%, Fed-Ex employee Mary Taylor-Shelby (D) 15.1%, adult theater owner Shannon Wood (D) 13.4%, write in votes 0.1%, Bill Frist (R) 99.8%, write in votes 0.2% farm activist Tom Burrell (G), energy consultant Charles F. Johnson (I), Joel Kinstle (I), David Jarrod Ownby (I), Robert Watson (I),
1st Congressional District
No Democrat William "Bill" Jenkins (R) 99.8%, write in votes 0.2%,
2nd Congressional District
No Democrat John J. Duncan, Jr. (R) 99.8%, write in votes 0.2% teacher Kevin J. Rowland (L)
3rd Congressional District
salesman William L. "Will" Callaway (D) 97.9%, write in votes 2.1% Zach Wamp (R) 99.3%, write in votes 0.7% County Commissioner Trudy Austin (L)
4th Congressional District
Attorney David H. Dunaway (D) 63.9%, businessman Jack Jennings (D) 36.0%, write in votes 0.1%, William V. "Van" Hilleary (R) 99.8%, write in votes 0.2%, Jerome Patrick Lyons (I)
5th Congressional District
Bob Clement (D) 100% engineer Stan Scott (R) 100% David Carew (L)
6th Congressional District
Bart Gordon (D) 99.7%, write in votes 0.3% Dr. David Charles (R) 54.0%, businesswoman / bookkeeper Eleanor Gibbs (R) 45.9%, write in votes 0.1%, real estate broker Jim Coffer (L)
7th Congressional District
teacher Richard P. Sims (D) 57.6%, businessman Bob Hatton (D) 43.4%, write in votes 0.1% Ed Bryant (R) 99.9%, write in votes 0.1%, Dennis Sollee (L)
8th Congressional District
John S. Tanner (D) 86.7%, union activist Marvin Williams (D) 13.3%, write in votes 0.0%, Billy A. Yancy (R) 100%, write in votes 0.0%,
9th Congressional District
Harold E. Ford Jr. (D) 99.8%, write in votes 0.2%, No Republican

Key to Party Identification.
(C) =
Constitution Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates

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