Who is the governor in Tennessee of 2015?
Bill Haslam is the 49th and current Governor of Tennessee. He was elected Governor in 2010 and was re-elected Governor in 2014. His term will end in 2018. The Governor of Tennessee is elected every four years and is limited to two consecutive terms.
Ray Blanton (born April 10, 1930 in Adamsville, Tennessee; died November 22, 1996 in Henderson, Tennessee) succeeded Winfield Dunn as the forty-fourth Governor of Tennessee, serving between January 18, 1975 and January 16, 1979. Following the end of Blanton's term as Governor, Lamar Alexander (born July 3, 1940 in Marysville, Tennessee) became the forty-fifth Governor of Tennessee, serving between January 16, 1979 and January 17, 1987.
John P. Buchanan (born October 24, 1847 near Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee; died May 14, 1930 in Mufreesboro, Tennessee) became the twenty-eighth Governor of Tennessee, serving between January 19, 1891 and Janaury 16, 1893. Following the end of Buchanan's term as Governor, Peter Turney (born September 27, 1827 in Jasper, Tennessee; died October 28, 1903 in Winchester, Tennessee) became the twenty-ninth Governor of Tennessee, serving between January 16, 1893 and January 21, 1897.