Lebanon, TN –Wilson and Williamson Counties were hosts on November 19th and 20th to the Middle Tennessee Regional Winter meeting of the Tennessee Association of County Election Officials. TACEO is a statewide organization of election administrators, Election Commissioners and staff. Its purpose is to provide an educational forum for the exchange of ideas relative to the administration of elections and to offer an opportunity for members to suggest and participate in the implementation of improvements to election law. On Thursday, training was held in Lebanon at the Wilson CountyRead More
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Lebanon, TN –Wilson County Poll Officials attended a luncheon in their honor at the Ward Ag Center. 162 Poll Officials representing all precincts in Wilson County enjoyed lunch and a preview of preparation for the three scheduled elections in 2016. The Wilson County Election Commission hosts gatherings for Poll Officials each year to keep them abreast of the ongoing preparations for elections. Poll Officials are responsible for staffing the 31 Election Day voting precincts and the four Early Voting sites for every Wilson County election. “You are the dedicated menRead More
Lebanon, TN –The Wilson County Election Commission has had the privilege of evaluating a new voting system to assess its ability to make the voting experience in Wilson County better. In 2002, congress passed the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) mandating electronic voting systems to replace the punch card systems. Grants were provided to pay for the new equipment and Wilson County bought the iVotronic voting machines used today. As politics and technology have changed over the last decade, innovations and updated standards have led to the creation of newRead More