Declared Democratic Candidates
August 4, 2022 County General Election
August 4, 2022 Democratic Primary
- United States Congress, District 5 (all candidates who pulled petitions, to be updated)
- Tennessee House, District 64
- Mr. Jameson Manor
- Tennessee House, District 71
- Mr. David P. Carson II
- State Democratic Executive Committee (one man, one woman)
- Seth Campbell
- Vicki Hale
- Greg Hanners
The Maury County official Sample Ballot is located here for the August 4th election (archived copy).
Also the Go Vote TN App can provide you a customized sample ballot showing the candidates in your district/precinct.
Election Dates and Deadlines
|Monday, February 7, 2022||First day to pull petitions for August 2022|
|Thursday April 7. 2022 (noon)||Qualifying deadline for August 2022|
|Tuesday, July 5, 2022||Voter registration deadline for August 2022|
|Thursday, July 28, 2022||Deadline to request absentee ballot for August 2022|
|Thursday, August 4, 2022||General election for county offices (including school board)|
Democratic Primary for state legislative and Congressional races
|Thursday, October 11, 2022||Voter registration deadline for November 2022|
|Tuesday, November 1, 2022||Deadline to request absentee ballot for November 2022|
|Tuesday, November 8, 2022||General election for state legislature, Congress, etc.|
Dates may be subject to change due to delays in redistricting.
Information About Running For Office
The following seats will be up for election in August 2022:
- County Commission (all seats, currently 2 from each of the 11 county districts)
- School Board (one each from odd-numbered districts, and any unexpired terms)
- County Mayor
- Constable (one each in all 11 districts)
- County Trustee
- County Clerk
- County Register of Deeds
- State Democratic Executive Committee members from SD28 (one male, one female)
The following seats will be up for election in November 2022:
- Governor of Tennessee
- State Representatives
- United States Representative
- Mayor and Vice-Mayor of Columbia (nonpartisan)
- Mt. Pleasant City Commission (nonpartisan)
Other offices may appear on the ballot to fill unexpired terms.
The number of county districts, and county commissioners per district, may be changed during county reapportionment. This will occur sometime before January 1, 2022.
Candidates must file a petition and campaign finance reports. Write-in candidates are allowed but must file ahead of the election. Note that some offices require special training. Please see the Maury County Election Commission for more information.
There will not be a Democratic Primary for county offices in Spring 2022. We will likely call a party nominating convention in March.
Information About Voting
You can register to vote online or request an absentee ballot through the Tennessee Secretary of State’s voting website (govotetn.com). You must register to vote at least 30 days before an election.
Elections in Maury County are administered by the Maury County Election Commission. Their voter information page is a good resource for additional information.
Information For Poll Workers
We need good Democrats to serve as poll workers in all of our voting precincts on Election Day.
This is a paid job ($100 per day).
If you would like to serve as a poll worker, please download, print, and fill out this form and then get in touch with us so that we can deliver it to the Election Commission for you.
County reapportionment was completed in November 2021, changing the boundaries for County Commission and School Board.
Tennessee State House maps were proposed in December 2021 and were passed by the Tennessee Senate and Tennessee House in January 2022. This created two Tennessee House districts whuch include parts of Maury County:
- District 64, including the eastern part of the county (most of Columbia and Spring Hill); and,
- District 71, including the western part of the county, as well as parts of Lawrence, Wayne and Hardin counties.
All of Maury County was placed in Tennessee Senate District 28, and U.S. House District 5.
These maps are subject to litigation, and the Tennessee Democratic Party has threatened to sue. We will provide additional information on litigation as it develops.
Interactive maps are also available on the General Assembly website HERE.