|School board incumbents win|
|Thursday, August 2, 2012|
There will be a minimal change in the Sumner County School Board with all contested seats going to the incumbents. The only new face will be District 6 Board member Nancy Glover who ran unopposed to fill the seat vacated by incumbent Danny Hale who chose not to seek re-election.
District 2 incumbent Tim Brewer was challenged by Tony D. Jackson, who moved from Cleveland, Ohio to Hendersonville several years ago. Brewer, an auctioneer with Crye-Leike in Hendersonville, received 784 votes (65.39 percent) to 413 votes for Jackson (34.45 percent).
District 4 incumbent Beth Cox was unopposed.
District 8 incumbent Ted Wise, a realtor with Keller Williams Realty in White House, was challenged by Nathan Miller. Wise received 793 votes (71.03 percent) to 309 votes (27.99 percent) for Miller.
District 10 incumbent Glen Gregory, a former principal, was challenged by Teddy D. Baird, a Portland High School graduate who works as a firefighter for the City of Gallatin. Gregory received 442 votes (64.71 percent) and Baird received 241 votes (35.29 percent)
Vote totals reflect 36 of 36 precincts reporting but don’t include early voting totals.
By Randy Cline