The 69th District race for the Tennessee House of Representatives will be a rematch of 2010. Wayne White of Slayden won the Republican nomination Thursday while 12-year incumbent David Shepard was unopposed in the Democratic primary. The redrawn 69th District now includes the western half of Dickson County, all of Hickman County and a sliver of Maury County. White earned the most votes in all three counties in picking up 62.7 percent of the ballots. White’s unofficial total was 1,710 while Jon-Roy Sloan of Charlotte received 1,018 votes. Shepard received 1,826 complimentary votes in seeking his seventh term in the state House. White and Shepard will face off on the Nov. 6 ballot along with independent candidate Kenneth Buser of Lyles. Shepard narrowly held of White in 2010 with 54 percent of the vote in a 69th District that consisted of all of Dickson County and the northern half of Hickman County.