Spring Hill City Elections 2021

The Spring Hill Chamber acts as a trusted resource for the Spring Hill community with information regarding local businesses, politics, and information.

On this page, information can be found regarding the upcoming local Spring Hill Election 2021, candidates’ bios, local voting data, voting locations and dates, and upcoming election events. All local candidates were contacted during the development of this webpage and no responses have been edited or altered in any way.

*Note: The Spring Hill Chamber does not endorse candidates.

Early Voting

Winchester Building Only

March 19th – March 28th

  • Monday – Friday: 8 am – 4 pm
  • Saturday: 8 am – noon

March 29th – April 1st

  • Monday – Thursday: 8 am – 7 pm
  • Friday: CLOSED
  • Saturday: 8 am – noon

Election Day – April 8, 2021

Voting Locations:

Maury County

  • 7 am – 7 pm
  • Spring Hill High School
  • Northfield Conference Center
  • Winchester Community Building

Williamson County

  • 7 am – 7 pm
  • Longview Recreation Center
  • Heritage Elementary

Meet The Candidates Events

Meet The Candidates: Chamber Forum 

March 5, 2021 | 7:30 am | Lifehouse Church

VIEW RECORDED VIDEO HERE

Meet the Candidates: Public Forum

March 18, 2021 | 6-8 pm | UAW Hall

VIEW RECORDED VIDEO HERE

The Candidates

2021 Spring Hill Election Candidate Questionnaire:  View Here 

Vincent Fuqua

Mayor Candidate

Jim Hagaman

Mayor Candidate

Jason Cox

Alderman Candidate: Ward 1

William Pomeroy

Alderman Candidate: Ward 2

Kevin Gavigan

Alderman Candidate: Ward 3

Brent Murray

Alderman Candidate: Ward 3

Angela Privett

Alderman Candidate: Ward 3

Trent Linville

Alderman Candidate: Ward 4

2021 Spring Hill Election Candidate Questionnaire:  View Here 

Video Introductions

Vincent Fuqua

Jim Hagaman

Jason Cox

William Pomeroy

Kevin Gavigan

Brent Murray

Angela Privett

Trent Linville

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who do I vote for? 

All registered voters citywide can vote for candidates in each of the four wards. Voters will vote for (1) Mayor, (1) Alderman Ward 1, (1) Alderman Ward 2, (1) Alderman Ward 3, and (1) Alderman Ward 4.

2. Who can vote?

All registered voters of City of Spring Hill, Tennessee.

An individual who owns property within the City of Spring Hill can register to vote even if they personally live outside city limits. Individuals can register their property with the appropriate County Commission, Maury or Williamson County. Property owners must vote by Absentee (view Absentee Ballot Request Form in 4).  Proof of ownership must be shown to register property and the property must be owned by an individual, not an LLC.

3. What do I need to bring to vote?

Photo ID

4. Can I vote by Absentee?

Yes.  Click Here for the Absentee Ballot Request Form. Must be completed 7 days prior to election day.

5.  How do I know if I am registered to vote?

Click Here

6. How do I register to vote?

Mail-in or Online application. Must be submitted 30 days before the election, March 9th.

7. Is there a sample ballot to view?

View Here