Davis, Martie | Administrator of Elections

Davis, Martie | Administrator of Elections

114 North Central Avenue, Centerville 37033, Tennessee


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Tennessee statutes require election commissions to employ an administrator of elections (formerly known as the registrar-at-large), who is the chief administrative officer of the commission and who is responsible for daily operations of the office. The duties of the administrator include, but are not limited to, the following:
Employment of office personnel;

  • Preparation and submission of the annual budget;
  • Requisition and purchase of supplies;
  • Maintenance of voter registration files, campaign disclosure records, and other required records;
  • Instruction of poll workers;
  • Preparation of notices for publication;
  • Preparation and maintenance of all fiscal records;
  • Dissemination of information regarding all aspects of the electoral process;
  • Promotion of the electoral process; 
  • Attendance at educational seminars;
  • Knowledge of current laws pertaining to the electoral process; 
  • Assistance in planning and implementing apportionment plans.

In fulfilling these duties, the administrator and election commission must keep in mind that, except in an emergency, the commission may not employ, nor ask the administrator of elections to employ, the commissioners themselves or members of their families nor, after July 1, 1999, the spouse, parents or children of the administrator of elections. The election laws also provide for the certification of administrators of elections, and for their compensation.

  • Position:
  • Administrator of Elections
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