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Last updated Sep. 08, 2014

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Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.)

Political Highlights: sought Republican nomination for U.S. Senate, 1994; Tenn. Finance and Administration Department commissioner, 1995-96; mayor of Chattanooga, 2001-05; U.S. Senate, 2007-present
Born: Aug. 24, 1952; Orangeburg, S.C.
Residence: Chattanooga
Religion: Protestant
Family: Wife, Elizabeth Corker; two children
Education: U. of Tennessee, B.S. 1974
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 2006 (2nd term)
Committee Assignments: Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs (Financial Institutions & Consumer Protection; Housing, Transportation & Community Development; Securities, Insurance & Investment); Budget; Foreign Relations; Special Aging

Election History
2012generalBob Corker (R) 1,506,44364.9
Mark Clayton (D) 705,88230.4
Martin Pleasant (GREEN) 38,4721.7
Shaun Crowell (I) 20,9360.9
Kermit Steck (CNSTP) 18,6200.8
James Higdon (I) 8,0850.3
Michel Long (I) 8,0800.3
Troy Scoggin (I) 7,1480.3
David Gatchell (I) 6,5230.3
Angelia Stinnett (WRI) 4700.0
Jacob Maurer (WRI) 4090.0
Larry Crim (WRI) 2180.0
Jim Maynard (WRI) 1170.0
Margie Penn (WRI) 230.0
Gary Davis (WRI) 180.0
Lee Stewart (WRI) 140.0
Christopher Schappert (WRI) 120.0
Allen Hoenicke (WRI) 50.0
Mary Wright (WRI) 20.0
Fred Anderson (WRI) 00.0
DeWayne Jones (WRI) 00.0
2006generalBob Corker (R) 929,91150.7
Harold Ford (D) 879,97648.0
Ed Choate (I) 10,8310.6
David Gatchell (I) 3,7460.2
Emory Heyward (I) 3,5800.2
H. Keplinger (I) 3,0330.2
Chris Lugo (I) 2,5890.1
Roll Call Vitals


Tennessee is 24th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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