Sixty-six people have become official candidates for the Aug. 2, 2018 Robertson County General, City of Greenbrier and State of Tennessee Primary election, according to Cathy Hamsley, administrator of elections for Robertson County.
Two candidates who had qualified for the election withdrew their names prior to the deadline of noon on Thursday, April 12.
Elvis Bellar, who had qualified to run in the Robertson County Commission’s 7th District race and Don Bennett, who had qualified to run for Robertson County Sheriff, both withdrew.
The last day to register to vote for the August election is Tuesday, July 3.
State Senate, District 25
Wade Munday, Democrat; Kerry Roberts, Republican
State House of Representatives, District 66
Sabi Kumar, Republican; Larry Proffitt, Democrat
Robertson County Mayor
Jim Ball, Joshua Evans, Margot Fosnes, Glen Guyor, Billy Vogle
Robertson County is governed by a 24-member county commission, with two commissioners from each of the 12 districts, based on population.
Scott Ballard, Tommy Jackson, Willis Jepson
Don Eden, Keith Hoover
Patsi Gregory, Eric Roberts
Ervin Brown, Dennis Wade
Jeffrey Delong, Frank Spain
Stacey Moore, Randy Wilson
Jeffrey Ayres, Ronald Carter, Zollie Rose, Bob Stroud, Mark Tillman Jr.
Bubba Dorris, Albert Fuqua, Faye Stubblefield
Stephanie Bradley, Bob Hogan
Burton Glover, Bill Moore
Michael Ellis, Billy Kevin Gray, Billy Riley
Thomas Woodard, James Bowens, Lester Woodard, Darrell Woodard
Circuit Court Clerk
Robertson County Sheriff
Teddy Douglas, Joe MacLeod, Michael Van Dyke
Angie Groves, Steve Haley, Ray Hart, Jamie Lynn Cope Thompson, Darrell Denton
Register of Deeds
The Greenbrier Board of Aldermen is composed of six members, two individuals from each of its three wards.
Greenbrier Ward 1
Billy Dorris, Ed Moran
Greenbrier Ward 2
Jeffrey Delong, David Derseweh, David Edwards
Greenbrier Ward 3
Chris Davis, Larry Stroup
Greenbrier Ward 3 (Two Year Unexpired term)
Bill Deaver, Benton Hart
Republican State Executive Committeeman, District 25
Larry Hillis, Republican;
Republican State Executive Committeewoman, District 25
Mary Ann Parks, Republican;
Democratic State Executive Committeeman, District 25
Gentry Allen, Democrat
Democratic State Executive Committeewoman, District 25
Martha Shepard, Democrat
Robertson County Board of Education
Source: Robertson County Elections Commission