Democratic Leaders

We’re proud of our Democratic leaders in local, state, and federal government.

 

Chair of the Tennessee Democratic Party

Mary Mancini

 Mary Mancini is an American political activist, former candidate, and current Chair of the Tennessee Democratic Party.  She was elected as Chair of the Tennessee Democratic Party on January 10, 2015

as the second woman to be elected to that position and was re-elected to a second two-year term  in January 2017.  She was a candidate for Tennessee State Senate District 21 in the 2014 state primary.

She had prior served as Executive Director of Tennessee Citizen Action, an advocacy group based in Nashville

She also was the co-host of Liberadio, a liberal radio show.

Information from Wikipedia

Meet your Democratic U.S. Representatives

U.S. Representative Steve Cohen (D) Tn.

Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Tennessee‘s 9th district

https://www.cohen.house.gov

U.S. Representative Jim Cooper (D) Tn.

James Hayes Shofner Cooper is the U.S. Representative for

Tennessee’s 5th congressional district,

serving since 2003. He is a member of the Democratic Party

and the Blue Dog Coalition.

https://www.cooper.house.gov

Meet your Democratic Tn. State Legislators

Tennessee State Democratic Senate Members

http://www.capitol.tn.gov/senate/members/

State Senator Thelma Harper District 19

State Senator Lee Harris District 29

State Senator Sara Kyle  District 30

State Senator Reginald Tate  District 33

State Senator Jeff Yarbro  District 21

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Tennessee State Democratic House Members

http://www.capitol.tn.gov/house/members/

State Representative Raumesh Akbari  District 91

State Representative Carson W. (Bill) Beck  District 51

State Representative Karen D. Camper  District 87

State Representative John Ray Clemmons  District 55

State Representative Barbara Ward Cooper  District 86

State Representative John J. DeBerry, Jr.  District 90

State Representative JoAnne Favors  District 28

State Representative Craig Fitzhugh  District 82

State Representative Brenda Gilmore  District 54

State Representative G.A. Hardaway  District 93

State Representative Darren Jernigan  District 60

State Representative Sherry Jones  District 59

State Representative Harold M. Love, Jr.  District 58

State Representative Larry J. Miller   District 88

State Representative Bo Mitchell  District 50

State Representative Antonio Parkinson  District 98

State Representative Joe Pitts  District 67

State Representative Jason Powell  District 53

State Representative Johnny Shaw  District 80

State Representative Rick Staples  District 15

State Representative Mike Stewart  District 52

State Representative Dwayne Thompson  District 96

State Representative Joe Towns, Jr.  District 84

State Representative Johnnie Turner  District 85

State Representative John Mark Windle  District 41

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President Barack Obama is photographed during a presidential portrait sitting for an official photo in the Oval Office, Dec. 6, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Former President Barack Obama (D)

 

 

   Al Gore (D) Tn.  Former Tennessee Senator and two term Vice- President,

and Presidential candidate in 2000.

Former Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen (D)

A very popular governor, elected in a heavy red-state,

re-elected and served until his term limit expired.