It's Your Chance to Make Difference

Vote to save democracy and stand up for Democratic values in Williamson County

 

There’s a lot more at stake in the 2022 elections than holding on to the Democratic majority in Congress. 

Here in Williamson County we have a chance to rebuild political power by electing Democrats to state and local office. The ballot is made up of  more than 30 seats in 2022, from school board to County Mayor, State House Representatives and Congressional Representatives. Democrats will be running for office up and down the ballot and we have a chance to elect people who will stand up for equity and inclusion, science, democracy and work to improve our communities. These seats can carry more weight than congressional elections, as  people in these positions make impactful decisions about school funding, public health policies, development, infrastructure and so many more issues that impact our lives on a daily basis. This is our chance to make our Democratic voice heard in Williamson County.

Read on for the information you need to make informed decisions at the ballot box and check out the information for registering to vote, requesting absentee ballots, and early voting here.

 

When is Election Day?

You will have the chance to vote 3 times in 2022!

  • May 3, 2022 - County Primary to select candidates for Williamson County positions like School Board, County Commission, County Mayor and elected administrative positions like County Clerk. Voters will be asked to choose a Democratic or Republican ballot.
  • August 4, 2022 - County General Election to elect Williamson County officials and State & Federal Primary to choose candidates for US House of Representatives, Governor, TN House of Representatives and State Senator. Voters will be asked to choose a Democratic or Republican ballot for the State primary.
  • November 8, 2022 - Federal & State General Election to elect US Representative, Governor and State Representative & Senator, Municipal elections for the City of Fairview, Town of Nolensville, and Town of Thompson’s Station. 

 

What’s on the ballot?

You can view Sample Ballots for the August 4th County General and State Primary Election here. Learn more about the Democrats on the ballot here. You can view your personal ballot by visiting GoVoteTN or downloading the app. (Click on links below for a description of roles & qualifications for office, incumbent & candidate info)

Federal Offices

State Offices

County Offices

Judicial Retentions 

  • Voters will vote on whether individual Judges should be Retained or Replaced
    • Voting to Retain means the Judge will serve another 8 year term 

    • Voting to Replace the Judge means the Governor will appoint a replacement

  • The WCDP does not endorse Judicial candidates since these positions are non-partisan but we've compiled background information on the judges here

Municipal Offices (on November ballot)

  • Fairview
  • Nolensville
  • Thompson’s Station