1807 United States House of Representatives elections in Tennessee
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|Elections in Tennessee|
Tennessee elected its members August 3–4, 1807, after the Congress began but before the first session met.
|John Rhea||Democratic-Republican||1803||Incumbent re-elected.||√ John Rhea (Democratic-Republican)|
|George W. Campbell||Democratic-Republican||1803||Incumbent re-elected.||√ George W. Campbell (Democratic-Republican) 69.3%|
Pleasant M. Miller (Democratic-Republican) 30.7%
|William Dickson||Democratic-Republican||1801||Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
|√ Jesse Wharton (Democratic-Republican) 62.5%|
James Lyon 31.2%
Spencer Clack 3.5%
Moses Fisk 2.8%
- United States House of Representatives elections, 1806 and 1807
- List of United States Representatives from Tennessee
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