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Current Election News

APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR ELECTION INSTITUTE

APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR ELECTION INSTITUTE

Lebanon, TN – Applications are now being accepted for the first Wilson County Election Institute. The Institute is a series of four weekly two hour classes conducted by a partnership between the Wilson County Election Commission and Cumberland University. “Elections are the culmination of actions taken each and every day in preparation for that one big day. This is an opportunity for Wilson County voters to gain first-hand knowledge about the procedures and details that are involved in holding elections in Wilson County,” said Phillip Warren, Administrator of Elections. TheRead More

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WARREN ELECTED PRESIDENT OF TENNESSEE ELECTION OFFICIALS

WARREN ELECTED PRESIDENT OF TENNESSEE ELECTION OFFICIALS

Lebanon, TN – Phillip Warren, Wilson County Administrator of Elections, was elected President of the Tennessee Association of County Election Officials at their annual conference and State Law Seminar. Warren was elected by the TACEO membership to serve a two year term as President of the association. He had served two terms as regional Vice-President. Also elected for two year terms were the association’s Treasurer, Secretary and two Vice-Presidents from each of the three grand divisions. “Having been actively involved in the association, I look forward to the opportunity toRead More

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Students Elect 2017-2018 Officers

Students Elect 2017-2018 Officers

  Lebanon, TN – The Election Commission has been busy offering voter registrations to graduating seniors and providing election support to assist area schools elect their 2017-2018 class officers. Class officer elections were held at Lebanon High School, Wilson Central High School, and Friendship Christian School and the Wilson County Election Commission assisted Williamson County to hold class elections at Brentwood and Franklin High Schools. All elections were held using the same ExpressVote voting system used in regular county-wide elections in Wilson County. Every year in the spring 9th, 10thRead More

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Qualifying Deadline Less Than A Year Away

Qualifying Deadline Less Than A Year Away

Lebanon, TN – The qualifying deadline for the August 2nd, 2018 Federal and State Primary and Wilson County General Election is less than a year away on Thursday, April 5th , 2018 at Noon. There are no elections scheduled for Wilson County in 2017. The election in August 2018 will determine who represents Wilson County residents at home, in Nashville and in Washington. The Wilson County General Election will include County Mayor, Trustee, Register of Deeds, Court Clerk, Circuit Court Clerk, 25 County Commissioners, Sheriff, five Constables, and three schoolRead More

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