Category: Elections

Wine and Hors d’oeuvres Reception for Tim Wheeler

Dr. Michelle Lanter Brewer, Neville Howell and Sherri Gardner Howell cordially invite you to a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception supporting Tim Wheeler, candidate for Circuit Court Clerk

Thursday, March 29 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

Gettysvue Polo, Golf & Country Club
9317 Linksvue Drive, Knoxville, TN 37922
(865) 522-4653

Business Casual Attire

If you have questions or need more information, please email

Knox County 2018 Election Schedule

2018 Knox County Primary Election Schedule

Help Republican Tim Wheeler become the next Knox County Circuit Court Clerk by registering and voting in the upcoming primary and general elections. Shown below are the deadlines and voting dates for the elections.

April 2, 2018 Final day to register to vote before election
April 11, 2018 First day of Early Voting period
April 24, 2018 Final day to request an absentee ballot
April 26, 2018 Final day of Early Voting period
May 1, 2018 Election Day

2018 State and Federal General Election Schedule

August 8, 2018 First day to request an absentee ballot
October 8, 2018 Final day to register to vote before election
October 17, 2018 First day of Early Voting period
October 30, 2018 Final day to request an absentee ballot
November 1, 2018 Final day of Early Voting period
November 6, 2018 Election Day


Everything you need to know about Tim Wheeler

Early Life and Education

Tim Wheeler: The Name You've Trusted for Over 30 YearsTim Wheeler, Republican candidate for Knox County Circuit Court Clerk, was born to a military family in 1961, The fourth of six children, Tim grew up living on military bases around the world, but his family eventually returned to his mother’s home town of Knoxville.

Tim graduated from Gibbs High School in 1979, then received his degree from Cincinnati’s Xavier University/Edgecliff College/CCMS in 1982.

Work History

Tim’s work career began in 1977 at Hillcrest, where he worked in the dietary department. He later moved to Stevens Mortuary in 1978, where he became the funeral director until 2001.

In 2001 Tim began working for the Knox County Circuit Court Clerk‘s office, where he served for 15 years, starting at an entry-level position and working his way up to become Chief Deputy Clerk.

While in the Circuit Court Clerk’s office, Tim had an active role in all aspects of its functions.

  • Managed day-to-day operations
  • Oversaw all four courts, maintaining multiple million-dollar budgets
  • Managed employees and ensured adequate staffing
  • Coordinated efforts and relationships between judges, lawyers, law enforcement and members of the public in multiple counties
  • Coordinated with Knoxville and Knox County mayors’ offices
  • Coordinated with most city and county departments, including the Knoxville law department
  • Worked closely with Knox County technology department to publish court dockets and online documents for public access

In 2015 Tim clerked for the Market Street Law Firm, and in 2016 he began working for Bridges Funeral Home. In 2018 Tim left the private sector to campaign full-time.

Community Involvement

For more than 30 years, Tim has been an active member of the community and a force for change.