Early voting begins Wednesday.
Three election dates are set for 2012.
The March 6 vote will be primaries for a few county offices as well as the presidential and state primaries.
Seven people have shown interest in the 4th District Commission seat currently held by Cliff Eason.
Eason, Charles Bagley Jr., Paul Elrod, Charlotte Jones, James Peters and Jim Smith returned their paperwork to the elections office and will be placed on the ballot, according to Fran Green, Bradley County Elections administrator.
Edd Lewis holds the constable position for District 7. He will go unchallenged on the ballot.
The race for Bradley County Assessor of Property is also on the Presidential Preference ballot. Stanley Thompson submitted qualifying paperwork for the office he has held several terms, Green reported.
Republican Convention candidates also will be on the coming 2012 ballot.
Qualifying deadline for August elections is April 5.
Those registered voters who wish to cast their votes will be able to do so from Wednesday through Feb. 28 (Mondays through Saturdays).
Monday through Friday, early voting sites will be open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. On Saturdays, the sites will be open from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Three locations will be provided, according to Green.
BI-LO on McGrady Drive, the Community Room at Bradley Square Mall and the Bradley County Elections Office will be the early voting sites.
Green said voters should check their voting status if they have moved within the county but failed to transfer registration and did not vote during two November General Elections, or changed names. Those who may have moved outside the county should also check voting status regarding proper precinct placement.
Officials have been busy in making sure voters know of law changes such as the new Voter ID requirement.
Tennessee Drivers Service Centers have been providing new ID cards to voters who may not have proper photo identification.
Over 12,000 voter IDs have been issued, according to the tn.gov media center.
Voting precincts are: the Concession building at Blue Springs Park, McDonald Ruritan Club, Hopewell, Prospect, E.L. Ross, Michigan Avenue, Valley View, Waterville, Black Fox, Blythe-Bower and Stuart elementary schools, as well as Cleveland High School, Walker Valley High School, Lee University and the Senior Center.
These polling places will be open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. March 6.
In August, the Bradley County General and County General elections will be held.
The following people have picked up nominating petitions to run for County School board: Ben Atchley, Bradley Montgomery and Christopher Turner; District 1; Melvin “Teddy” Bryson, District 3; Rodney Dillard, District 5; and Charlie Rose and Greg Cain, District 7, according to Green.
During the August state and federal elections, Charleston and Cleveland votes are to be cast.
According to Mimi Angel, deputy administrator at the Bradley County Elections Office, Tony Whitener has picked up paperwork for one of two Charleston City Commission positions.
Election officials also confirmed that incumbents Larry Anderson and Donna McDermott have also picked up paperwork for Charleston City Commission.
In two City School Board seats in Cleveland, George Poe will seek to keep his seat in the City Council At-Large race and George Meacham has picked up petition paperwork for City School Board District 1.
City School Board At-Large and District 2 seats are also to be on the ballot.
Dale Hughes has picked up paperwork for 5th District City Council and David May has picked up for District 4 City Council, according to Elections Office records.
Incumbent 24th District state Rep. Kevin Brooks has also picked up Republican primary qualifying paperwork for that elected office and David Kimbro for the 22nd District seat, which is held by Eric Watson.
Watson picked up qualifying paperwork Thursday, according to elections officials.