2012 Senate Campaign
Corker won his re-election bid with 64.9% of the vote in the November 6 general election, . To win re-election, Corker faced the conservative Democrat Mark E. Clayton of Davidson County near Nashville. Clayton, who received 30.4% of the general election vote, is the vice-president of the interest group Public Advocate of the United States, based in Washington, D.C. Clayton was disavowed by his own party, the leadership of which urged Democrats to write in a candidate of their choice in the race against Corker.
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