We’re tracking a Thursday election again this week as voters in Tennessee’s 3rd State House District head to the polls to choose their party’s nominee for a special election following the resignation of Republican State Rep. Scotty Campbell. The resignation followed a House Ethics Subcommittee investigation which found that Rep. Campbell had violated workplace discrimination and harassment policy. The 3rd State House District lies in the northeast corner of the state covering all of Johnson County as well as parts of Carter, Hawkins, and Sullivan Counties. Johnson County Commissioners appointed Republican Timothy Hill, who had previously served in the State House, to fill the vacancy in the interim. He is one of two candidates running in the special Republican primary today to serve out the rest of the term. Only one Democrat filed to run in the special Democratic primary. The winners of each primary will face off in a special general election on August 3rd. Polls close tonight at 8 p.m. EDT. We will have the election results below once they do.