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REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES March 6, 2012

Race
Candidate
County Votes*
Vote%
Est. % In
Anderson

reporting
Bedford

reporting
Benton

reporting
Bledsoe

reporting
Blount

reporting
Bradley

reporting
Campbell

reporting
Cannon

reporting
Carroll

reporting
Carter

reporting
Cheatham

reporting
Chester

reporting
Claiborne

reporting
Clay

reporting
Cocke

reporting
Coffee

reporting
Crockett

reporting
Cumberland

reporting
Davidson

reporting
Decatur

reporting
DeKalb

reporting
Dickson

reporting
Dyer

reporting
Fayette

reporting
Fentress

reporting
Franklin

reporting
Gibson

reporting
Giles

reporting
Grainger

reporting
Greene

reporting
Grundy

reporting
Hamblen

reporting
Hamilton

reporting
Hancock

reporting
Hardeman

reporting
Hardin

reporting
Hawkins

reporting
Haywood

reporting
Henderson

reporting
Henry

reporting
Hickman

reporting
Houston

reporting
Humphreys

reporting
Jackson

reporting
Jefferson

reporting
Johnson

reporting
Knox

reporting
Lake

reporting
Lauderdale

reporting
Lawrence

reporting
Lewis

reporting
Lincoln

reporting
Loudon

reporting
Macon

reporting
Madison

reporting
Marion

reporting
Marshall

reporting
Maury

reporting
McMinn

reporting
McNairy

reporting
Meigs

reporting
Monroe

reporting
Montgomery

reporting
Moore

reporting
Morgan

reporting
Obion

reporting
Overton

reporting
Perry

reporting
Pickett

reporting
Polk

reporting
Putnam

reporting
Rhea

reporting
Roane

reporting
Robertson

reporting
Rutherford

reporting
Scott

reporting
Sequatchie

reporting
Sevier

reporting
Shelby

reporting
Smith

reporting
Stewart

reporting
Sullivan

reporting
Sumner

reporting
Tipton

reporting
Trousdale

reporting
Unicoi

reporting
Union

reporting
Van Buren

reporting
Warren

reporting
Washington

reporting
Wayne

reporting
Weakley

reporting
White

reporting
Williamson

reporting
Wilson

reporting
Special Notes
  • While results are being processed, candidates are ranked within each county by the number of votes received in that county. After a candidate is projected the winner for the state, the candidate moves to the top of each county table regardless of whether the candidate is leading in the individual county vote totals. The other candidates in each county table are sorted by the number of votes received in that county.