Chattanooga, Tennessee – Hamilton County General Sessions Court Judge Alex McVeagh has officially qualified to run in the Republican primary election for the Division III Circuit Court race in Hamilton County. Accompanied by former District 29 State Rep. Joan Carter, as well as fellow judges Gary Starnes and Lila Statom, Judge McVeagh filed his nominating petition at the Hamilton County Election Commission.
Expressing gratitude for the support he has received so far, Judge McVeagh said, “Today marks the next step in our race to be Hamilton County’s next Circuit Court Judge. I am humbled by the endorsements from local law enforcement, firefighters, and members of the judiciary.”
Emphasizing his qualifications as a business litigator in Circuit Court and his experience as a sitting judge for the past seven years, Judge McVeagh believes these attributes, along with his Republican values and record, make him the strongest candidate for the position. He looks forward to engaging with Republican voters in the upcoming months and earning their support and vote on March 5.
Important dates for the race include the start of Early Voting on February 14 and its conclusion on February 27. Election Day for the Republican Primary is scheduled for March 5, with the General Election slated for August 1.
Judge Alex McVeagh, alongside supporters such as former State Rep. Joan Carter, Judge Gary Starnes, and Judge Lila Statom, has officially entered the Republican primary for the Division III Circuit Court race in Hamilton County, Tennessee. Demonstrating his gratitude for the endorsements he has received, Judge McVeagh is confident that his experience and Republican values position him as the frontrunner. Early Voting for the primary begins on February 14 and continues until February 27, with Election Day scheduled for March 5. The General Election is set for August 1.