Also to be determined in the August elections is the District 2 County Commission seat.
Louie Alford (R) and Connie Wilson (R), both incumbents, are challenged by Pam Edgemon, (D). Two will be chosen to represent the district.
The District 3 County Commission seat is also to be determined in August.
Currently, Stanbery and Brian Smith hold the positions. Tommy Anderson and Smith, both Republican candidates, will vie for the seat and face Democrat candidate Jeff D. Morelock.
Key dates for voters to remember are:
- July 6 is the last day for voters to register for the August elections.
- Early voting will begin July 16 and end July 31.
n May 7 is the first day voters can request an absentee ballot.
- July 29 is the last day a written request for an absentee ballot application may be received.
Candidates preparing for the August State Primary are Eric Watson (R) District 22 House of Representatives and Kevin D. Brooks (R) District 24 House of Representatives.
- Lou Patten (R) and Mike Bell, (R) Tennessee Senate District 9 election.
- Ralph Dan Howell, John S. Stanbery, Linda Dugan and Emily G. Beaty for Republican State Executive Committee. Sally D. Love, Democrat State Executive Committee.
- Walter Goode and Tony L. Whitener for Charleston Council.
- Floyd Wade and Charlie M. McKenzie for Cleveland City Council District 1.
- William Estes, Cleveland City Council 2.
- Richard Lee Banks, Cleveland Council at Large.
- Tom Rowland is the incumbent city mayor and will face Anthony Owenby.
- Dawn Robinson, Cleveland School Board District 3.
- Peggy Pesterfield, Cleveland School Board District 4.
- Thomas Cloud, Cleveland School Board District 5.
- and Richard J. Shaw, Cleveland School Board At-Large.
- William T. Bates and Vicki Jan Beaty, and Richard McAlister Bradley County School Board District 2.
- David Crane and Troy Weathers, Bradley County School Board District 4.
- Garry N. (Nathan) Headrick, Christine Critchfield and Barry L. Phillips, Bradley County School Board District 6.