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1994 United States Senate special election in Tennessee

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1994 United States Senate special election in Tennessee

← 1990 November 8, 1994 1996 →
 
Fred Thompson-cropped.jpg
Jim Cooper biopic (cropped).jpg
Nominee Fred Thompson Jim Cooper
Party Republican Democratic
Popular vote 885,998 565,930
Percentage 60.4% 38.6%

Tennessee Senate Election Results by County, 1994Special.svg
County Results

Thompson:      40-50%      50-60%      60-70%      70-80%

Cooper:      50–60%      60–70%

U.S. senator before election

Harlan Mathews
Democratic

Elected U.S. Senator

Fred Thompson
Republican

The 1994 United States Senate special election in Tennessee was held November 8, 1994. Incumbent Democratic Senator Al Gore resigned from the Senate following his election as Vice President of the United States in 1992, and this led to the 1993 appointment of Harlan Mathews and the subsequent special election.[1] Mathews did not seek election to a full term, and Representative Jim Cooper subsequently became the Democratic nominee. However, Republican nominee Fred Thompson won the seat in a decisive victory.

The election was held concurrently with the regular Class 1 Tennessee Senate election, in which Republican Bill Frist defeated incumbent Democrat Jim Sasser. As a result of Thompson and Frist's simultaneous victories in Tennessee, the two elections marked the first time since 1978 that both Senate seats in a state have flipped from one party to the other in a single election cycle.

Major candidates

Democratic

Republican

Results

General election results[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Fred Thompson 885,998 60.44% +30.63%
Democratic Jim Cooper 565,930 38.61% -29.12%
Independent Charles N. Hancock 4,169 0.28%
Independent Charles Moore 2,219 0.15%
Independent Terry Lytle 1,934 0.13%
Independent Kerry Martin 1,719 0.12%
Independent Jon Walls 1,532 0.10%
Independent Hobart Lumpkin 1,184 0.08%
Independent Don Schneller 1,150 0.08%
Write-ins 27 0.00%
Majority 320,068 21.83% -16.08%
Turnout 1,465,862
Republican gain from Democratic

See also

References

  1. ^ "Our Campaigns - TN US Senate Special Race - Nov 08, 1994". www.ourcampaigns.com.
  2. ^ "94 CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION STATISTICS". clerk.house.gov.
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