Early voting continues in Rutherford County. Early voting precincts opened last week.
Lisa Eischeid beats eight other opponents to become the new General Sessions Judge, Part Four.
State Representative Mike Sparks easily won the Republican nomination in the state House District 49 race. This despite what he calls negative print media coverage.
We have 11 election night interviews you can listen back to from the coverage on NewsRadio WGNS.
Voter turnout for the August 4th state and federal primary and city/county general election was a dismal 5.86%.
We caught up with many folks during our election coverage. Check out the photos here.
Republican U.S. Congressman Scott DesJarlais has won re-nomination to another two year term.
Tim Rudd won the approval of Republicans in State House District 34 in a race to determine who replaces Representative Rick Womick.
It was a race to the wire for a Rutherford County Road Board seat. Doug Bodary defeated incumbent Randal "Bubba" Jones by just 39 votes.
Incumbent Jeff Jordan has won election to the Rutherford County School Board, after being appointed to the position two years ago.
Despite an uncontested race for Murfreesboro City Council, there will be a new face on the governing body.
Five candidates ran for four seats on the Murfreesboro City School Board. Incumbent chairman of the board Butch Campbell was the top vote getter.
The polls in Rutherford County will be open from 7AM to 7PM, Thursday August 7th. Do you know where your polling precinct is located?
The straw poll results at the City Café on East Main Street in Murfreesboro have been tabulated. Keep in mind, the real Election Day for the Republican Primaries is Tuesday.
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