NOTE: All Candidates are required to file an appointment of political treasurer before spending or collecting any money.
**Be Aware of the impact of new legislation**
Candidates please be aware of changes effective January 1, 2024. Be advised of when bank statements will be required.
Click HERE for more information from the Bureau of Ethics and Campaign Finance
Campaign Financial Candidate Forms only, 7 pages
Campaign Financial Candidate Forms & Instructions, 16 pages
FAQ's for Candidates on CFD
Statement of Non-Disclosure
INTERIM FILING INFORMATION & FORM
Effective July 1, 2022, Candidates and PACs are REQUIRED, in addition to other reports required to be filed with the Registry of Election Finance by Tennessee’s campaign finance statutes, to report to the Registry or the county election commission, whichever is required by T.C.A. § 2-10-105(a) and (b), detailed information on certain defined contributions and expenditures incurred “[d]uring the period beginning at twelve o’clock (12:00) midnight of the tenth day prior to a primary, general, runoff or special election or a referendum and extending through twelve o’clock (12:00) midnight of each election or referendum day.” Please click here for the notice and below refer to Interim Forms & Instructions.
PACs ONLY: Effective July 1, 2023, all local political campaign committees (PACs) must register with the Registry of Election Finance and file all future campaign financial disclosure statements with the Registry of Election Finance. (Public Chapter 59, 2023).
- Click HERE to be linked to a public search area on PACs
- Click HERE to be linked to PAC forms and Publications
Registered PACs in Sumner County as of 6/30/2023 click HERE This list will no longer be maintained by SCEC, current information on registered PACs and their activity should be directed to the Registry of Election Finance by the links above.
Candidate Campaign Sign Policies
- Early/Satellite/Election Day Voting Site Rules
- County Administration Building
- Election Day School Locations
- Contacts for City Sign Ordinances
- Removal of signs at Early Voting Sites
- Board of Education policy concerning political activity on school property
Various Precinct Lists
Qualifications for Candidates to Run for Office
Federal, State and all County offices (including Judges) Click Here
Municipal Qualifications by city below
City of Goodlettsville
City of Millersville
Important Link for Candidates
Tennessee Registry of Election Finance