The deadline for individuals wishing to qualify for the August 2020 primary election came at noon today (April 2, 2020). The deadline was not extended because of the coronavirus situation.
Primary elections for U.S. Senate, U.S. House seats and some county offices will take place August 6, 2020.
The Cumberland County Election Commission will meet this afternoon at 4 p.m. central to declare the individuals official to run in the August 2020 election. Here is the unofficial list as of the deadline of noon today running for seats in Cumberland County:
Cumberland County Commission District 6 – Joe Sherrill and Charley Wilson
Cumberland County Commission District 9 – Colleen K. Mall
Cumberland County School Board District 2 – Robert Safdie
Cumberland County School Board District 4 – Anita C. Hale and Brian McDonald
Cumberland County School Board District 6 – Chris A. King
Cumberland County School Board District 8 – Teresa Boston
State House of Representatives 25th District Primary – Cameron Sexton (incumbent Republican) and Robyn Deck (Democrat)
6th Congressional District House of Representative – John Rose (Republican)
State Executive Committee Woman 15th Senatorial District – Beth Cox (republican)
U.S Senate Republican Primary – Johnny “J.J.” Presley, R. Scott Tebault, Bill Hagerty, Manny Sethi
Roane County Road Superintendent – Dennis Ferguson (incumbent) and Brian Mullins.
Roane County Property Assessor – Molly Leggins Hartup
Harriman City Council – Tim Johnson, Buffy M. Mee, Kenyon Mee and Lonnie H. Wright
Harriman City Mayor – Wayne Best
Roane County School Board District 1 – Kristy Bentley and Mike L. Miller
Roane County School Board District 2 – Dwayne Freels, Darrell “Drack” Langley, Diane L. Tate and Danny Wright
Roane County School Board Districts 5 and 6 – Trey Coley, Rob Jago, Hugh M. Johnson and Vic King
Roane County School Board District 7 – Nadine Jackson
State House District 32 Republican Primary – Kent Calfee (incumbent) and Mike Hooks
State Senate District 12 – Ken Yager (incumbent)
State House District 31 – Dean Sparks (Democrat) and Ron Travis (Republican incumbent)
Candidates have until April 9, 2020 at noon to withdraw. Early voting for the August 6, 2020 election runs from July 17 to August 1, 2020.