U.S. Representatives and Senators
The U.S. Congress is divided into two groups, the Senate & the House of Representatives. The Senate is Comprised of two Senators per state. Senator Marsha Blackburn and Senator Lamar Alexander serve Tennessee. The number of representatives in the House for each state is determined by population. Tennessee is divided into nine House Districts. Hardeman County is located within District 7, which Representative Mark Green serves.
State of Tennessee
Bill Lee is Governor of Tennessee. The upper house of Tennessee’s General Assembly is called the Senate. The state is divided into 33 senatorial districts. Each district elects one senator. Hardeman County is a part of State Senate District 26, which Senator Delores Gresham serves. The larger house of Tennessee’s bicameral legislature is called the House of Representatives. Tennessee is divided into 99 House districts. The majority of Hardeman County is located within State House District 80. The remainder of the county is located within State House District 94. Representative Johnny Shaw serves District 80 and Representative Ron Gant serves District 94.
Hardeman County is governed by the County Mayor, Jimmy Sain, the County Commission, and other elected officials. The county is divided into eight districts. There are sixteen commissioners that represent these districts.
- Assessor of Property
- Chancery Court Clerk
- Circuit Court Clerk
- Register’s Office
- Sheriff’s Department
- Zoning Compliance
- Bolivar-Hardeman County Airport
- Ambulance Service
- Board Of Education
- County Clerk
- Department Of Human Services
- Election Commission
- Highway Department
- Solid Waste And Landfill
- U.T. Agricultural Extension Service
Each municipality within Hardeman County has a Mayor and either a City Council or a Board of Aldermen. For a comprehensive list of the mayors, commissioners, councilmen, aldermen, and other elected officials that serve you, please visit the Hardeman County Election Commission’s website.