Tennessee State Senator Mark Green of Clarksville will be stepping away from his District 22 seat in January to head to Congress and the Montgomery County Commission is accepting applications from qualified individuals who want to replace him in Nashville.
The commission, by law, will be tasked with appointing a qualified Montgomery County resident to fill the vacant seat until a special election is held. The appointment will be made by the Montgomery County Commission because it is the county in which Senator Green resides.
Montgomery County Government is requesting that any interested nominee provide a valid driver’s license, a current voter registration card, a resume and a letter addressed to the commission requesting to be considered for the position. Nominees are asked to submit the information to the Montgomery County Human Resources Office by January 2.
Each nominee will have five minutes to speak prior to the voting procedure at the Formal County Commission meeting on January 14. A vote will not be taken until the information of all nominees is reviewed.