Find out who won the General Election for TN Senate District 22 (Mark Green’s seat) and who won the General Election in TN Senate District 32 (Mark Norris’ seat). And for Tennesseans wanting to find out more about state legislators who won their seats in the November 2018 General Election, just scroll down.
2019 Special Elections
Learn more about the two special elections to fill state Senate seats formerly filled by Mark Green (TN Senate District 22) and Mark Norris (TN Senate District 32).
Special Election for TN Senate District 22
Mark Green was sworn in on January 3, 2019, as congressman for the 7th District (Marsha Blackburn’s seat), leaving open the TN Senate District 22 seat, which covers Montgomery, Houston, and Stewart Counties. The General Election was held on April 23, 2019, and Republican Bill Powers won the seat.
Special Election for TN Senate District 32
Mark Norris took the position of federal judge in Western Tennessee, leaving TN Senate District 32 open, which covers Tipton County and parts of Shelby County. The General Election was held on March 12, 2019, and Republican Paul Rose won.
November 2018 Statewide General Election
Learn where your current state legislators who got elected in November 2018 stand on important issues by reviewing their responses. These elected officials are serving in the 111th Tennessee General Assembly (2019-2020).
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Start here if you already know who ran for state House or state Senate in your district and you want to know where your candidates stand on the issues.
Select this page to see a side-by-side comparison of where the candidates in your Senate or House district stand on the issues.
See all the winners from the November 2018 General Election here, including the Tennessee Secretary of State’s unofficial results.