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     Nov. 4, 2014 Governor                                     

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+Bill Haslam (R) i
951,796
70.31%
Charles V "Charlie" Brown (D)
309,237
22.84%
John Jay Hooker (I)
30,679
2.26%
Shaun Crowell (C)
26,580
1.96%
Isa Infante (G)
18,570
1.37%
Steven Damon Coburn (I)
8,612
0.64%
Daniel T. Lewis (I)
8.321
0.62%
write-ins (3)
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1,353,728

Plurality: 642,559 votes (47.47 percentage points).
 TN Secretary of State



Notes: 
Gov. Bill Haslam (R) coasted to a second term, defeating 72-year retiree Charles V "Charlie" Brown (D) and five other candidates.  Haslam obtained 87.7% of the vote in the Aug. 7 Republican primary.  Brown emerged atop the field of four  unknown candidates running in the Aug. 7 Democratic primary.  In the absence of a credible challenger, Haslam won every county  and his showing marked the "highest percentage of the vote for a statewide elected official in modern Tennessee history."  This was well as the most lopsided gubernatorial race of the 2014 cycle.


Campaign Managers:
Bill Haslam 
Jeremy Harrell
(July 2013)  Director of constituent services and community relations for Gov. Haslam, Jan. 2011-July 2013.  Deputy campaign manager on Haslam's 2010 campaign, Jan. 2009-Jan. 2011.  Deputy state director to U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, Nov. 2008-Jan. 2009.  Campaign manager on Alexander for Senate re-election, Dec. 2006-Nov. 2008.  Social conservative coalitions director for the Tennessee Republican Party, June-Nov. 2006.  Bachelors degree in history and political science from Trevecca Nazarene University.





  [Charlie Brown (D)]


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