Aug. 18 at noon was the deadline for candidates to file their petitions for the Nov. 8 General Election.
Declaring his intention to run for the office of mayor of Lebanon, Bernie Ash knows the wisdom of taking stock of where we are today, envisioning a better tomorrow and remembering where we came from.
By a large percentage, Rep. Diane Black walked away from competitors, holding onto her nomination as the Republican candidate for U.S. House of Representatives District 6 seat.
Both Republican and Democratic candidates ran unopposed in their respective primaries, but the totals of the conservative party were nearly four times that of their counterparts.
Wilson County's newest Property Assessor is Stephen Goodall.
In one of Election Night's closer races, Goodall garnered 5,076 votes to candidate R.D. Denny's 4,154 votes.
Trisha Farmer recently announced her candidacy today to represent Old Hickory, Mount Juliet and West Wilson as a Democrat in the Tennessee State House of Representatives.
Mt. Juliet Mayor Ed Hagerty announced his bid for a second term as leader of Mt. Juliet.
The Wilson County Election Commission recently evaluated a new voting system to assess its ability to improve the local voting experience.
One thing won't change when Bernie Ash takes his new seat on the Lebanon City Council.
Ash plans to continue supporting the proposed Fire Station 4 at Eastgate that was strongly promoted by his predecessor Joe Hayes.
Abston unseats Bradshaw in MJ
MT. JULIET -- Challenger Brian Abston unseated long time incumbent Jim Bradshaw for the District 4 spot on the Mt. Juliet City Commission in Tuesday's municipal election.
Abston polled 1,164 votes while Bradshaw garnered 984 votes. Abston is a husband and father of two. He's currently a member of the Mt. Juliet Planning Commission where he's served one year and 11 months.
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