But Republicans are now considering breaking up Cooper's district, which could help them gain another crucial seat in the House, where Democrats hold only a four-seat margin. With complete control of the state legislature, Tennessee Republicans could change the state's House delegation from seven Republicans and two Democrats to eight Republicans and one Democrat based in Memphis.

Republicans consider dividing up Nashville district to gain US House seat

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I'm thinking how folks around

I'm thinking how folks around here would squawk if somebody tried to blow up Burchett's district by throwing pieces of Knoxville into various nearby districts.

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Let's do it!

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