The entire county commission, half the school board and a reduced road commission will be on the Dickson County ballot in 2014. A private act approved by the General Assembly and ratified by the county commission will reduce the 12-member road commission to just six members, using the same combined voting districts established for the school board and constables. It took two years, two appointments and two special elections to fill all 12 of the current terms on the road commission. All 12 seats on the county commission will be on the ballot next year. Seven of the commissioners elected in 2010 were not incumbents, although three of them had previously served on the legislative body. Robert Wetterau in the 2nd District, J.B. Smith in the 4th District and Linda Hayes in the 11th District all won four-year terms in 2010, after having previously served. Newcomers elected in 2010 were Shane Chandler in the 3rd, Carl Buckner in the 7th, Kyle Sanders in the 8th and Randy Hogin in the 12th. Commissioners re-elected in 2010 were Randy Simpkins in the 1st, Cotton Dawson in the 5th, Benny Spencer in the 6th, Tony Adams in the 9th and Booty Reed in the 10th. The school board seats in the 2nd, 4th and 6th school districts are scheduled to be on the ballot. Rick Chandler won a special election to complete the 2nd District term of RaAnn Hillis who resigned last year. Tim Potter won his second term in the 4th in 2010 and Josh Lewis was elected to his first four-year term in the 6th. There is a proposal in the Tennessee General Assembly sponsored by Sen. Jim Summerville of Dickson that could return the superintendent of schools position to the ballot if approved by the county commission and a referendum. The bill does not yet have a House sponsor.