Tennessee's congressional districts

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Tennessee's congressional districts since 2013

There are currently nine United States congressional districts in Tennessee based on results from the United States 2010 Census. There have been as few as eight and as many as thirteen congressional districts in Tennessee. The 13th district and the 12th district were lost after the 1840 Census. The 11th district was lost after the 1850 Census and the 10th district was last lost after the 1950 Census. The 9th district was briefly lost after the 1970 Census but was regained after the 1980 Census.

Democrats currently hold 2 seats, while Republicans hold 7 seats.

First Congressional District[edit]

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Represented by Phil Roe - R

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Second Congressional District[edit]

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Represented by John J. Duncan, Jr. - R

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Third Congressional District[edit]

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Represented by Chuck Fleischmann - R

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Fourth Congressional District[edit]

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Represented by Scott DesJarlais - R

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Fifth Congressional District[edit]

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Represented by Jim Cooper - D

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Sixth Congressional District[edit]

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Represented by Diane Black - R

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Seventh Congressional District[edit]

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Represented by Marsha Blackburn - R

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Eighth Congressional District[edit]

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Represented by Stephen Fincher - R

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Ninth Congressional District[edit]

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Represented by Steve Cohen - D

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Historical district boundaries[edit]