Election Results Live Blog

Follow this live blog for updates on the state and federal primary elections.

Bill Lee will be the Republican nominee for governor.

Glenn Jacobs will be the next mayor of Knox County.

10:10 p.m. Bill Lee leads Randy Boyd by 12 points in the gubernatorial race.

With 89 precincts reporting, Tim Burchett leads Jimmy Matlock by 12 points and will be the Republican nominee for U.S. House of Representatives.

Renee Hoyos will be the Democratic nominee for U.S. House of Representatives.

9:52 p.m.       Dave Wright is on track to become the Republican nominee for TN House of Representatives for District 19.

9:39 p.m.      Bill Lee leads Randy Boyd by 12 points in the gubernatorial race.

9:36 p.m.       Glenn Jacobs leads Linda Haney  for County Mayor by 33% with 66 precincts reporting.

Phil Bredeson and Marsha Blackburn will face each other in the general election in November after both easily won their primaries.

Karl Dean will be the Democratic nominee for governor.

9:23 p.m.        Renee Hoyos has 74% of the vote in her race for U.S. Representative with 48 precincts reporting.

9:20 p.m.         Tim Burchett has a commanding lead over Jimmy Matlock, beating him 2-1 with 48 precincts reporting.

Early voting numbers

The early voting numbers are in for Knox County.

Governor

Republican                                                   Democratic

Randy Boyd: 12,184                                 Karl Dean: 9,305

Bill Lee: 8,683                                            Craig Fitzhugh: 3,002

Beth Harwell: 5,727

Diane Black: 5,205

U.S. Representative 

Republican                                                           Democratic

Tim Burchett: 18,396                                     Renee Hoyos: 9,167

Jimmy Matlock: 8,866                                   Joshua Williams: 2,990

Sarah Ashley Nickloes: 3,331

U.S. Senate

Republican                                                          Democratic

Marsha Blackburn: 26,026                         Phil Bredeson: 14,188

Aaron Pettigrew: 5,432                                Gary Davis: 322

 

County Mayor

Glenn Jacobs (R): 29,209

Linda Haney (D): 14,678

 

 

 

Polls close at 8:00 p.m.

 

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