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Voting Time and Delegate Selection

Monday, February 17th, 2020

Early Voting has started in Carter County for the Democratic Primary.

Early Voting ends on February 25th.

Democratic Primary March 3, 2020

Carter County Presidential Convention. March 7, 2020 at the Carter County Courthouse on N Main St, Elizabethton. Door opens at 12 pm. Delegate Selection begins at 1 pm. 

To qualify as a delegate you MUST have voted in the March 3, 2020 Democratic Primary.

Information about becoming a DNC delegate and the rules governing the DNC Selection Process may be obtained from, or from the Tennessee Democratic Party, 319 Plus Park Blvd, Ste 203, Nashville, Tn 37217, 615-327-9779.

Meeting Saturday September 14, 2019

Sunday, September 8th, 2019

Carter County Democrats will meet on Saturday, September 14th at the Elizabethton Star’s Franklin Conference Room. We will have a guest speaker, Steffani Rowe, wife of Chris Rowe who is running for U.S. Representive Phil Roe’s seat. The topic will be fundraising.

We look forward to seeing you at our meeting.


Saturday, August 10th, 2019

Carter County Democratic Party meets the second Saturday of each month.

There will be no meeting in July since there is a picnic planned. Details to be published soon.

Time: 10 AM

Place: Elizabethton Star, Franklin Conference Room, 300 N Sycamore St. Elizabethton.

Executive Board meets at 9:30 AM before the regular meeting.

Carter County Democratic Womens Club meets the Fourth Tuesday except for July, November and December.

Time: 6 pM

Place: Beef O’Bradys, WEST TOWN SQUARE, 173 Hudson Dr, Elizabethton

August 10, 2019 Meeting

Monday, August 5th, 2019

Carter County Dems will meet Saturday August 10,2019 at 10 A.M. in the Franklin Conference Room of the Elizabethton Star located at 300 N. Sycamore Street, Elizabethton, Tennessee.


July 4th Celebration

Monday, July 8th, 2019

The July 4th Celebration at Covered Bridge Park honoring our Veterans was a wonderful event. Reverend Timothy Holder recounted Carter County’s contributions to our freedom and delivered a moving closing prayer. Ramon Sanchez honored our Veterans and spoke of the need for younger Vets to step up to volunteer for the Honor Guard which is great need of volunteers.  A walk up main street to lay the Memorial Wreath at the Veterans Walk of Honor continued the event followed by a stroll through the walls that bear the names of our fallen.

Carter County Dems Honor Vets on July 4th

Saturday, June 29th, 2019

Carter County Democratic Party in conjunction with the Elizabethton Parks and Recreation Department honors Veterans at the Covered Bridge Park on July 4th.

There will be a convocation by Reverand Timothy Holder.

All Veterans and our Honor Guard will be recognized.

A wreath will be layed at the Veterans Walk of Honor in downtown Elizabethton.