What Voters Need to Know
Candidate qualifying petitions for Sumner County Primary available Tuesday, October 15
Candidate qualifying petitons for the Sumner County Primary on March 3, 2020 maybe obtained beginning Tuesday, October. 15, 2019.
Assessor of Property will be on the County Primary ballot and both the Republican and Democratic
Parties have called for a primary which will be conducted in conjuction with the Presidential Preference
Primary on March 3, 2020.
Qualifying petitions are available in the Sumner County Election Commission Office, 355 N. Belvedere
Dr., Room 106 in Gallatin.
The qualifying deadline for the County Primary is Noon, Thursday, December 12, 2019. Those wishing to
run as an Independent candidatefor the office of Assessor of Property will follow the same deadlines as those running in the Primary.
Letter from the Administrator
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YOUR VOTE IS SECURE !
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.
2020 Election Factsheets
Frequently asked voter questions
Early Voting Dates for 2020 Election Cycle
- March 3 Presidential and Sumner County Primary: Wednesday, February 12 thru Tuesday, February 25;
- August 6 Federal and State Primary and Sumner County General Election: Friday, July 17 thru Saturday, August 1 and
- November 3 Federal and State General and Municipal Elections: Wednesday, October 14 thru Thursday, October 29.
Candidate Contribution Limits for 2019-2020