Wilson County Election Commissioners were recently sworn in by Judge John Gwin at the commission's April meeting. All five commissioners - Sherrie Orange, Jan Spray, Ronnie Kelley, Don Simpson and Ann Calabria - are veterans of the commission.
Historic Lebanon is set to bring an exhibit entitled, "The National Historic Preservation Act of 1966: Commemorating 50 Years of Preserving Tennessee's Historic Structures, Sites and Landscapes" to the city.
The 2017-18 edition of the Wilson County Voter Handbook is now available on the Wilson County Election Commission's website at www.WilsonVotes.com.
As chairman of the Wilson County Election Commission, I have observed in the last few years the election process from each election to its certified end. I conclude that we have the best poll workers in the state of Tennessee.
Students at Carroll Oakland School expressed their opinions about the upcoming election recently when they took park in a mock presidential election.
Voting hours in Wilson County will be extended on the final day of Early Voting, Thursday, Nov. 3, at all five Early Voting sites - from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Wilson County voters turned out in record setting numbers for this year's Republican and Democratic Presidential Preference Primary. Records were set not just on Election Day but also in Early Voting participation.
Early Voting in the Presidential Preference Primary Election concluded on Tuesday - but the Wilson County Election Commission's work isn't over yet. Election Day is coming up March 1.
Monday, Feb. 1 is the final day Wilson County residents can register to vote in the March 1 Presidential Preference Primary.
Wilson County voters will have several opportunities to express their opinions at the polls in 2016. There are three scheduled elections for the year, beginning with the March 1 Presidential Preference Primary. This election will be the Tennessee Republican or Democratic Primary Election to choose candidates and/or party delegates to their respective conventions.
The Wilson County Election Commission recently evaluated a new voting system to assess its ability to improve the local voting experience.
Early Voting on the proposed sales tax hike for the City of Lebanon is slow-going with slightly more than 2 percent of eligible voters in the city casting ballots so far.
Wilson County Election Commission has set Tuesday, Sept. 23, as the date of the election regarding the City of Lebanon Sales and Use Tax Referendum.
Tennessee voters set a state record for the number of ballots cast in the state Primary Election and County General Elections.
Registered voters have only two days left cast their ballots during Early Voting for the County General/Federal & State Primary Election slated for next Thursday, Aug. 7.
Only four days remain for early voting in the County General/Federal & State Primary Aug. 7 election, and results so far show some interesting turnout numbers for certain races.
While some worry that the turnout for early voting in the County Genera/Federal and State Primary election on Aug. 7 may be low, Wilson County Administrator of Elections Phillip Warren said Tuesday morning the county is actually in the top four or five in terms of turnout through Monday.
Early voting for the Aug. 7 Federal and State Republican and Democratic Primaries and the Wilson County General Election begins Friday.
Early Voting begins Friday, July 18, for the Aug. 7 Federal and State Republican and Democratic Primaries and the Wilson County General Election.
Wilson County Election Commission provided support for four high school student body elections this past week.
As of noon, Thursday, 102 individuals had qualified for the Aug. 7 Local General/State Primary Election in Wilson County.
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