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Current Election News

Poll Officials Kick Off the 2018 Election Cycle

Poll Officials Kick Off the 2018 Election Cycle

Lebanon, TN – Wilson County Poll Officials gathered Wednesday, January 3rd, at the Election Commission office for a reception thanking them for their service in 2017 and to kick off the 2018 election year. Over 300 Wilson County voters are recruited, trained and serve as poll officials at the five early voting sites and the 31 Election Day polling locations each election. These poll officials answered the call in November and December 2017 when a special election was called by Gov. Haslam to fill a vacancy in the 17th DistrictRead More

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Candidates File for Republican and Democratic Special Election Primary

Candidates File for Republican and Democratic Special Election Primary

Lebanon, TN –Thursday, September 28th, at noon was the deadline for candidates to turn in their petitions to be on the November 7th Republican and Democratic Special Election ballot to fill the District 17 State Senate vacancy. One candidate filed for each primary, Mark Pody for the Republican Primary and Mary Alice Carfi for the Democratic Primary. Tennessee law requires a special election be called by the Governor to replace a vacant senate seat if the vacancy occurs twelve months or more before the next state general election. The nextRead More

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SPECIAL ELECTIONS DATES SET BY GOVERNOR HASLAM

SPECIAL ELECTIONS DATES SET BY GOVERNOR HASLAM

Lebanon, TN – A special election has been called by Governor Haslam to elect a state senator to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of State Senator Mae Beavers. The Primary election will be on November 7th and the General election will be held on December 19th. Both elections will be held in all of the six counties making up the 17th State Senate District: Wilson, Cannon, Dekalb, Smith, Clay and Macon. Tennessee law requires a special election be called by the Governor to replace a vacant senate seatRead 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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