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  • He lost narrowly again, this time to one of Cooper's former assistants, Jeff Whorley, who in turn lost the general election to Republican Van Hilleary.Lincoln Davis-Wikipedia
  • In the Republican primary, Corker faced two former congressmen, Ed Bryant and Van Hilleary.Bob Corker-Wikipedia
  • The 4th district seat was also won by a Republican, Van Hilleary, as the GOP gained a majority of the state's congressional delegation for only the second time since Reconstruction.Jim Cooper-Wikipedia
  • Until 2003, Rhea County was part of the 4th Congressional District, and was represented by Rhea County native Van Hilleary.Rhea County, Tennessee-Wikipedia
  • He easily won the Democratic nomination, capturing nearly 80% of the vote in a six-candidate primary, and faced Republican 4th district U.S. Representative Van Hilleary in November (the incumbent, Sundquist, was term-limited).Phil Bredesen-Wikipedia
  • Republican Van Hilleary won the seat as part of the massive Republican wave of that year.Tennessee's 4th congressional district-Wikipedia

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