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City of Knoxville elections are in odd-numbered years. All terms of office are 4 years. The Primary election is the last Tuesday in August of every odd-numbered year.

Offices on the ballot in 2019 include:

• City Mayor
• City Council At Large Seat A
• City Council At Large Seat B
• City Council At Large Seat C
• City Council District 5
• Municipal Judge

2019 CITY PRIMARY ELECTION SCHEDULE

May 29, 2019 First day to request an absentee ballot .
July 29, 2019 Final day to register to vote before election
August 7, 2019 First day of Early Voting period
August 20, 2019 Final day to request an absentee ballot
August 22, 2019 Final day of Early Voting period
August 27, 2019 Election Day

2019 CITY GENERAL ELECTION SCHEDULE 

August 7, 2019 First day to request an absentee ballot .
October 7, 2019 Final day to register to vote before election
October 16, 2019 First day of Early Voting period
October 29, 2019 Final day to request an absentee ballot
October 31, 2019 Final day of Early Voting period
November 5, 2019 Election Day

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MAYOR ELECTION

City voters will elect a new Mayor for the City of Knoxville in 2019. The City's current Mayor Madeline Rogero is term limited.


CITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS

City Council Districts MapCity Council is the Legislative body of the City of Knoxville. City voters will elect four new members to the nine-member Knoxville City Council in 2019. Candidates will be running for open seats in the 5th District and At Large Seat A, At Large Seat B and At Large Seat C. All four current Council members representing those districts are term-limited and cannot run for re-election, that means that nearly a majority of the next City Council will be new first-time Council members.

Open Council Seats:
5th District - (Mark Campen)
At Large Seat A - (George C. Wallace)
At Large Seat B - (Marshall Stair)
At Large Seat C - (Vice Mayor Finbarr Saunders)
(current office holders listed in parenthesis)


MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE ELECTION

City voters will vote for a Municipal Court Judge in 2019. The position is not term limited and Judge John R. Rosson, Jr. holds the office currently. Municipal Court, also known as City Court, is a limited jurisdiction court authorized under Tennessee Code Annotated and the City of Knoxville Charter. With original jurisdiction over all cases involving violations of City Ordinances, the City Judge has authority to assess fines up to $50. About 300 Tennessee cities have Municipal Courts with varying authority and jurisdiction. 


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