Our Mission Statement: It is the mission of the Wilson County Election Commission to ensure the integrity of every vote cast in Wilson County by administering election law and procedures equally and fairly to all, by providing the most efficient, accurate and secure election process possible, and, in all our endeavors, exceeding the expectations of the voters, taxpayers and citizens of Wilson County in accountability and competence.

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Current Election News

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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NEW ELECTION BILL PASSES

NEW ELECTION BILL PASSES

Lebanon, TN – An election bill allowing poll officials to volunteer their time as a public service sponsored by State Senator Mae Beavers and State Representative Susan Lynn, became law on April 4th. The adoption of this law offers the opportunity for local high school students to earn necessary volunteer hours they need for their Tennessee Scholars and Tennessee Promise scholarships. Senator Beavers said, “This bill enables a new generation of voters to embrace public service by volunteering as poll officials while they work toward the requirements for Tennessee scholarships.”Read More

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ELECTION COMMISSIONERS SWORN IN

ELECTION COMMISSIONERS SWORN IN

  Lebanon, TN –The five Wilson County Election Commissioners were sworn in by Judge John Gwin at their regular meeting on April 11th. All five Commissioners, Sherrie Orange, Jan Spray, Ronnie Kelley, Don Simpson and Ann Calabria, are veterans on the Commission. The Commission organized after being sworn in electing Sherrie Orange Chairman and Ronnie Kelley Secretary. Each of Tennessee’s 95 counties has a five member election commission that is appointed by members of the Tennessee State Election Commission for two year terms. There are seven State Election Commissioners representingRead More

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