The Williamson County Democratic Party represents more than 50,000 Democrats throughout Williamson County who deserve to be heard, and it's time to accelerate our progress locally and across the state of Tennessee. We’re actively recruiting candidates for multiple seats in the 2022 election, and we are here to provide support at every level.
Every resident of Williamson County should feel safe and empowered to engage in civic life, and the WCDP is ready to educate, train and support candidates who advocate for policies and programs that aim to create a more equitable state for all Tennesseans.
Are you ready to run? Just want to learn more? Not ready to run but want to prepare for future elections? Join us on Tuesday, November 2 from 6-7:30 p.m. for a virtual candidate training event to learn more about how to run for a local office.
First, it’s important to understand the landscape and the numerous offices appearing on the 2022 Ballot:
County Offices (May primary election/August general election)
County Commission (12 districts, 2 members per district)
Circuit Court Judges (21st Judicial District Divisions I, II, III, IV)
General Sessions Judge
Juvenile Court Judge
District Attorney General (21st Judicial District)
Circuit Court Clerk
Juvenile Court Clerk
Register of Deeds
WCS School Board (August general election only)
Districts 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12
FSSD Board of Education (3 seats)
State/Federal Offices (August primary election/November general election)
US House of Representatives (7th District)
TN State Senate (District 23)
TN House of Representatives (District 61, 63 & 65)
State Executive Committee - District 23 (Democratic and Republican)
City of Fairview Municipal Judge and Municipal Court Clerk
City of Fairview - Mayor and 2 commissioners
Town of Nolensville - All commissioners
Town of Thompson’s Station - Mayor and 2 Aldermen
As a registered Tennessee State and Local Political Action Committee (PAC), the WCDP is ready to financially support candidates in partisan races as well as provide training resources and volunteers. Show up on November 2 with your questions, comments and potential candidates to help us change the political narrative here in Williamson County!