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Early voting runs through July 30 in Knox County for several key positions

Election Day will be on August 4 for several seats on Knox County Commission and Knox County mayor.

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Starting July 15, voters in Knox County can begin casting ballots for who they want to see in several key seats. They will decide who they want to lead the county as the next Knox County mayor and who they want to sit on Knox County Commission. They will choose who they want to be mayor of Farragut.

The primary elections for county positions wrapped up in early May and voters from the Democrat and Republican parties chose who they wanted to run. Around 20% of Knox County voters stopped by a polling location, according to the county election commission.

During this voting period, voters will also choose who they want to run as their party's nominees in state elections. They will cast ballots in the Republican and Democrat primary elections for governor of Tennessee as well as for seats in the state House of Representatives and Senate.

This will also be the first time Knox County board of education elections in the county are partisan.

Knox County's early voting period runs from July 15 through July 30. Election Day is on Aug. 4. A list of early voting locations is available below. Generally, they are open from 10 a.m. through 6 p.m. on Mondays through Friday, and from 10 a.m. through 3 p.m. on Saturdays. They are closed on Sundays.

  • City-County Building, Small Assembly Room: 400 Main Street, 37902
  • Eternal Life Harvest Center — Five Points: 2410 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, 37915
  • Downtown West: 1645 Downtown West Boulevard, Unit 40, 37919
  • New Harvest Park: 4775, New Harvest Lane, 37918
  • Meridian Baptist Church (South): 6513 Chapman Highway, 37920
  • Knoxville Expo Center: 5441 Clinton Highway, 37912
  • Farragut Town Hall: 11408 Municipal Center Drive, 37934
  • Carter Senior Center: 9036 Asheville Highway, 37924
  • Halls Recreation Center: 6933 Recreation Lane, 37918
  • Karns Senior Center: 8042 Oak Ridge Highway, 37931

A list of candidates on the ballot and the seats they're running for are also below.

Democratic Primary for Governor

  • Carnita Faye Atwater
  • Jason Brantley Martin
  • JB Smiley Jr.

Republican Primary for Tennessee Senate District 5

  • Randy McNally
  • Earle Segrest

Republican Primary for Tennessee Senate District 7

  • Richard M. Briggs
  • Kent A. Morrell

Republican Primary for Tennessee House of Representatives District 18

  • Elaine Davis
  • Janet Testerman

Knox County District Attorney General District 6

  • Charme P. Allen (R - Incumbent)
  • Jackson M. Fenner (D)

Knox County Mayor

  • Glenn Jacobs (R - Incumbent)
  • Debbie Helsley (D)

Knox County Commission District 3

  • Gina Oster (R)
  • Stuart Hohl (D)

Knox County Commission At-Large, Seat 10

  • Larsen Jay (R - Incumbent)
  • Dylan Earley (D)

Knox County Commission At-Large, Seat 11

  • Kim Fraizer (R)
  • Vivian Underwood Shipe (D)
  • Donald Bridges (I)

Knox County Trustee

  • Justin Biggs (R)
  • Dave "Caz" Cazalet (D)

Knox County Register of Deeds

  • Nick McBride (R)
  • Scott Crammond (D)

Knox County Circuit, Civil Sessions and Juvenile Court Clerk

  • Charlie Susano (R)
  • Dana E. Moran (D)

General Sessions Judge Division I

  • Chuck Cerny (R)
  • Sarah Keith (D)

Knox County Board of Education District 1

  • John Butler (D)
  • Breyauna Holloway (I)
  • Reginald Jackson (I)

Knox County Board of Education District 4

  • Will Edwards (R)
  • Katherine Bike (D)

Knox County Board of Education District 6

  • Betsy Henderson (R - Incumbent)
  • Phillip Michael Sherman (I)

Knox County Board of Education District 7

  • Steve Triplett (R)
  • Dominique Oakley (I)

Knox County Board of Education District 9

  • Kristi Kristy (R - Incumbent)
  • Annabel Henley (D)

Town of Farragut Mayor

  • Bill Johns
  • Ron Williams

More information about Election Day can be found on the Knox County Election Commission. Sample ballots are also available online.

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