Federal and State Primary and
Sumner County General
Safe voting is top priority
There have been concerns and questions regarding the upcoming August 6, 2020 and November 3, 2020 elections as it relates to the safety and wellbeing of our voters, poll workers, staff and commissioners due to COVID-19.
The Sumner County Election Commission wants everyone to know that we are taking any and all necessary steps to protect each and every person involved in the election process.
To read about our plans and options CLICK HERE
Help Protect Yourself and Others from COVID-19
For helpful information on steps you can take to protect yourself and others from COVID -19
Online voter registration - The Tennessee Secretary of State’s office is proud to offer online voter registration. The site provides voters with convenient access to register to vote or to update an existing voter registration. To register or change your registration online CLICK HERE.
Qualifying petitions for municipal offices
are available beginning Monday, June 22
Qualifying petitions for residents interested in running for municipal offices in six Sumner County cities
will be available at the Sumner County Election Commission office beginning Monday, June 22, 2020.
For more information ClICK HERE.
NOTE: Candidates are required to file an appointment of political treasurer before spending
or collecting any money.
Candidate Contribution Limits for 2019-2020
2020 Election Factsheets
Frequently asked voter questions
Early Voting Dates for 2020 Election Cycle
- November 3 Federal and State General and Municipal Elections: Wednesday, October 14 thru Thursday, October 29.