Monday, Feb. 1 is the final day Wilson County residents can register to vote in the March 1 Presidential Preference Primary.
State law allows new voter registration applications to be processed up until the 30th day before each election. Applications received after the deadline will be processed after Election Day.
A representative of the Wilson County Election Commission will be available at Mt. Juliet City Hall on Monday to assist registered voters who may need to change their addresses or make other changes to their registration as well as accept new registrations.
In Lebanon, residents and voters may come to the Wilson County Election Commission office at 203 East Main Street to register or make changes to their registration before the deadline.
Voter registration forms, information about voting and other election-related topics are always accessible on the election commission website at www.WilsonElections.com. A sample ballot is also available on the website.
"We encourage voters to visit the website or contact our office with questions about registration, where they vote and any other election or voting-related questions. Remember to bring your Tennessee or federally issued photo ID when you come to vote during Early Voting or on Election Day," Wilson County Administrator of Elections Phillip Warren said.
Warren also encouraged voters to take advantage of Early Voting to avoid lines and possible inclement weather. "Come vote early at any of the four Early Voting sites and bring someone with you," Warren added.
Early Voting for the Republican and Democratic Presidential Preference Primary election begins on Feb. 10 at all four convenient locations and ends on Feb. 23. Early Voting in Lebanon, Gladeville, Mt. Juliet and Watertown will be from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturdays.