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.
Eight years came and went in the blink of an eye according to Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead.
There's a new mayor in town.
Lebanon voters elected Bernie Ash to be their next mayor.
I would like to encourage those who have not voted, for whatever reason, to go out and vote. We need to exercise our right and responsibility as citizens, and we must not let the recent negative publicity influence our decision in this election.
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.
Lebanon Mayoral challenger Bernie Ash is questioning whether an open letter penned by incumbent Mayor Philip Craighead reprimanding him is in violation of state law.
My name is David W. Kent and would like to announce my candidacy for United States House of Representatives, Tennessee District 6. My father was from Hartsville, and he and my mother had seven children. We were raised in Rockford, Ill. My wife Pamela Summers Kent is from Overton County, and we currently reside in Cottontown. I am a confirmed Lutheran, and I have two wonderful children and four grandchildren.
In less than two weeks Lebanon voters will cast their ballots in the U.S. Presidential and City of Lebanon races.
If you've tuned into any news outlet, it is evident the war between presidential nominees Hillary Clinton (D) and Donald Trump (R) has turned both personal - and ugly.
This week the Lebanon Mayoral race is getting heated, too.
Longtime city and county official Jim Bradshaw has announced his candidacy for the office of mayor of Mt. Juliet.
Liz Reese recently announced her candidacy for Lebanon Ward 2 City Council Member.
Tennessee Voters for Animal Protection (TVAP), a non-partisan political action committee (PAC), recently endorsed Amelia Morrison Hipps, the Democratic candidate for District 46 in the State House of Representatives race.
Fred Anthony Burton Sr. has announced his candidacy for re-election to the Lebanon City Council for Ward 2.
The Mt. Juliet Republican Women invite the community to visit them on Saturday, Oct. 1 to take a selfie with GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. The event will be held from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. at 2228 North Mt. Juliet Road. There will be music, food, ice cream and plenty of Trump campaign items. State Rep. Susan Lynn, at right, will be onsite with free yard signs and T-shirts available. Lynn is pictured in a selfie with Gina Pond. SUBMITTED
The Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce Government Relations Committee will sponsor a candidate forum on Thursday, Sept. 29 at 6:30 p.m. at Winfree Bryant Middle School.
Marilyn Bryant has announced her candidacy for the Ward 2 alderman seat on the Lebanon city Council in the Nov. 8 Municipal Election.
There will be five Early Voting sites for Wilson County voters to take advantage of before the Nov. 8 election. The newest site is at Lighthouse Church in Mt. Juliet, located at 6141 Saundersville Road.
Aug. 18 at noon was the deadline for candidates to file their petitions for the Nov. 8 General Election.
Johnie Payton announces her intention to run for the Wilson County Schools Zone 6 school board seat in the 2016 election.
Voters who would like to meet Trisha Farmer, Democratic candidate for the Tennessee 57th District House seat, may do so at a series of Tuesday meetings from May until the November election.
Faced with bids totaling $28 million more than originally budgeted, the Wilson County School Board voted unanimously Monday night to send a trimmed-back set of bids to the county commission for construction, expansion and renovation at four elementary and K-8 schools.
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 Commission approved $1.5 million more for the Expo Center Monday night after serious debate of the issue.
The Wilson County Election Commission recently evaluated a new voting system to assess its ability to improve the local voting experience.
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