Beginning Friday, eligible Tennesseans can request a ballot to vote absentee by-mail for the Aug. 6 State and Federal Primary and County General election without ever leaving their home.
SUPER TUESDAY in Rutherford County, TN attracted 22.56 per cent of the registered voters. On election day a total of 25,281 persons voted, and 14,126 individuals took advantage of early voting. That means the early and election day totals was 39,407 of the 174,647 total number of registered voters here.
Tennesseans who want to vote in the Super Tuesday, Presidential Preference Primary, must register to vote by this Monday, Feb. 3, 2020.
Renewed Life Ministries Outreach has been selected as a State Farm Neighborhood Assist® Top 200 Finalist and and in order to receive the grant money, the local non profit needs your votes!
Early voting for the November midterm elections ends at Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018. The Election Commission precinct will close at 7PM on Thursday while all other early voting locations close at 6PM (see addresses below).
According to The Washington Post, people in the Volunteer State face more inconveniences on the way to the ballot box than most other states. However, that is not the case in Rutherford County as new initiatives are actually making it easier to vote.
Tennesseans who want to vote in the November 6th general election must register to vote by this coming Tuesday, October 9, 2018.
Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett is warning voters to be aware of misleading information regarding voter registration
Congratulations to the three teachers who are in the BEP Nissan Teacher Minigrant Awards video contest on Facebook. Now the public needs to vote and select a winner.
A major election will occur on November 8th and Dr. Larry Burris at MTSU wanted to highlight the political ads...
Interest in the November 8th presidential election is very high and the numbers show it. A 74-percent voter turnout is expected in Rutherford County.
Early voting continues for the March 1, 2016 primary. You can early vote now through February 23rd.
More than 200,000 Tennesseans have taken advantage of the opportunity to vote early for the Nov. 4 elections.
Some of the closest races in the GOP primary were in judicial races. Kevin Hodges edged Aaron Conklin for General Sessions Judge Part 1, by 203 votes.
Jennifer Austin, whose life changed in a mere second on I-24, told WGNS she hopes to receive enough votes to win a new handicap accessible van.
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