Blackburn projected to win US Senate race, ABC News reports

Republican Marsha Blackburn Wins Tennessee Senate Seat

BLACKBURN TAKES TENNESSEE: GOP Candidate Defeats Democrat Phil Bredesen

Before that, she made a name for herself as a state lawmaker who helped lead the revolt against a proposed Tennessee income tax in the early 2000s.

Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn defeated Democratic former Gov. Phil Bredesen for the Tennessee Senate seat.

That's why President Trump, while campaigning for her in the state recently told the crowd that "a vote for Marsha is really a vote for me and everything that we stand for". Blackburn's campaign, meanwhile, shelled out about $12 million through mid-October, and outside groups some $31.6 million for her bid.

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It's not all bad for the newly political Taylor. she's backing another Dem, Rep. Jim Cooper, who is projected to win re-election. Republicans don't care if it's close, however, if they simply keep the Senate seat vacated by Republican Trump critic, Bob Corker, who is stepping down.

"Now, you don't have to worry if you're going to call me congressman, or congresswoman, or congress lady". I always have and always will cast my vote based on which candidate will protect and fight for the human rights I believe we all deserve in this country. "Marsha Blackburn wants it to be a national referendum on Trump and Bredesen wants to deal with local Tennessee issues and solving problems".

She welcomed in Pence three times. Corker briefly heard out pleas from some peers last winter that he reconsider retirement, prompting a Blackburn spokeswoman to say anyone who thinks she can't win the general election is a "plain sexist pig". Bredesen's moderate stances, he predicted, would give these voters an easy excuse not to vote for her. "There's somebody else here that you should vote for and she's very good at that stuff", Bredesen said Sunday, when asked about his final message to voters on the fence.

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