Every person who shall be chosen or appointed to any office of trust or profit under this Constitution, or any law made in pursuance thereof, shall, before entering on the duties thereof, take an oath to support the Constitution of this State, and of the United States, and an oath of office.
- Article X Section 1 of the Tennessee Constitution
Oaths for local office, such as city and county officials, are not filed with the Secretary of State. Please contact your local government for their records. Only recent Oaths of Office for state government positions have been scanned and uploaded. Older oaths may be available at the Tennessee State Library and Archives. Please email the Division of Publications to get more information.
|Last Name||Full Name||Position Title||Oath Type||Date Sworn In|
|Turner||William B. Turner||Assistant Attorney General||Judicial|
|Lebo||Jonathan Lebo||Correctional Officer||Miscellaneous|
|Johnson||Debra Johnson||Correctional Officer||Miscellaneous|
|Parris||Michael W. Parris||Correctional Officer I||Miscellaneous|
|Simmons||Charles N. Simmons||Correctional Officer I||Miscellaneous|
|Wilson||John K. Wilson||Judge, Circuit Court, 27th Judicial District||Judicial|
|Leech||William Leech, Jr.||Attorney General and Reporter||Judicial|
|Lewis||Charles Larry Lewis||Assistant Attorney General||Judicial|
|McLemore||Brooks McLemore||Attorney General and Reporter||Judicial|
|Higgs||W. Otis Higgs, Jr.||Judge, Criminal Court, 30th Judicial District, Division IV||Judicial|
|Dent||William A. Dent||Assistant District Attorney, 17th Judicial District||Judicial|
|Coyne||Randy Sean Coyne||Criminal Investigator, 26th Judicial District||Judicial|