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TBA elections bring new leadership lineup
Several candidates for election in 2006 drew no opposition and have been declared automatically elected by the TBA Board of Governors.
Those drawing no opposition include:
Vice President -- George T. "Buck" Lewis III. A shareholder in the Memphis office of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, Lewis has served on the TBA Board of Governors for six years and heads the TBA's Operations Committee. On the national level, he is in his sixth year representing the TBA in the ABA House of Delegates. In Memphis, he has served on the Memphis Bar Association Board of Directors and just completed a term as president of the Memphis Bar Foundation.
Grand Division Governor, East Tennessee (one-year term) – H. Graham Swafford Jr., Jasper
Grand Division Governor, Middle Tennessee (one-year term) – N. Sue Van Sant Palmer, Nashville
Governor, Ninth District (three-year term) – Daniel Warren "Danny" Van Horn, Memphis
TBA Delegate to the ABA House of Delegates, Position 2 – Lucian T. Pera, Memphis
TBA Delegate to the ABA House of Delegates, Position 5 – Paul Campbell III, Chattanooga

Contested races were held for:

Governor, Third District (Three Year Term)
Bruce C. Bailey, Chattanooga
Sam D. Elliott, Chattanooga -- elected
TBA Delegate to the ABA House of Delegates, Position 4
Albert C. Harvey, Memphis
John R. Tarpley, Nashville -- elected

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