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Welcome to Election Central, your one-stop-shop for voting in the upcoming elections in Williamson County.

Williamson, Inc. is pleased to be the premiere source for learning how to become an active and engaged citizen. Local elections are important to the future of Williamson County and they impact our daily lives. It is crucial that your make your voice heard by exercising your right to vote.

Scroll to learn more about when, where and how to vote in Williamson County. For more detailed questions and information, please contact the Williamson County Election Commission.

WHERE AND WHEN TO VOTE

When?

Tuesday, November 6, 2018: State/Federal Office General Election

October 17-November 1: Early Voting

October 9: Registration Deadline

Cast vote for: Governor, US Senate, US House Representative (TN 7th district), TN State Senate (District 23), TN House Representative (District 61, 63, or 65), Municipal Offices for Fairview, Nolensville & Thompson’s Station

REGISTER TO VOTE

Absentee Voting

Absentee requests for an election may be received no earlier than ninety (90) days before Election day and no later than seven (7) days before Election day in order to vote in an upcoming election. Incomplete requests will not be processed and will delay the mailing of your ballot.

Each person who registers by mail shall appear in person to vote in the first election the person votes in after such registration becomes effective. (T.C.A 2-2-115) 

The State or Federal Issued Photo Identification Requirement does not apply to those who are voting by mail.

Click here for Absentee Voting Information – Military and Overseas Citizens

Contact: AbsenteeVote@williamson-tn.org

Voter Qualifications

To be eligible to vote in Tennessee, you must be a citizen of the United States. You must be (18) years of age or older on or before the date of the next election. You must be a resident of Tennessee.  View Guidelines for Determining Residency and special considerations for Homeless Persons Residency and Non-resident Property Owners. You must not have been convicted of a felony, or if you have, your voting rights must have been restored. View Restoration of Voting Rights. In order to participate in an election, a qualified voter must be properly registered no later than thirty (30) days before the election. The election commission office will process any by-mail voter registration form that has been postmarked at least thirty (30) days before the election. T.C.A 2-2-109

GET OUT THE VOTE

Please Encourage Your Friends, Family, Neighbors and Colleague to Vote in the Upcoming Elections in Williamson County

TOWN HALL

Join us at the Columbia State Williamson Campus on the last Friday of every month for the latest edition of our Williamson, Inc. Town Hall. With a panel featuring local government officials, moderator Dave Crouch of Aspen Grove Asset Management covers a variety of policy topics.

THE WILLIAMSON PRIMER

For a periodic update prior to each Town Hall, check out our latest The Williamson Primer here.

Watch the latest Williamson, Inc. Town Hall here.

MEET THE MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES

Town of Thompson’s Station

Click here to learn more about the Thompson’s Station Candidates.

Mayor
Corey Napier, Incumbent
Mike Roberts

Alderman (vote for up to 2)
Shaun Alexander
Brandon Bell, Incumbent
Trent Harris
Steve Hockett

Town of Nolensville

Learn more about the Nolensville Candidates here.

Mayor
Jimmy Alexander, Incumbent
Russell Gill (write-in)

Alderman (vote for up to 2)
Derek Adams
Steve Cody
Tommy Duggar, Incumbent
Dale Gustafson

City of Fairview

Learn more about the Fairview Candidates by clicking here.

Mayor
Mike Anderson
John Blade
Antwuane Scruggs

City Commission (vote for 1)
Shannon Crutcher, Incumbent
Wayne Hall

US Senate

• Recap the first US Senate Debate here.

• Recap the second US Senate Debate here.

Marsha Blackburn, Republican
Phil Bredesen, Democrat

US House – 7th District of Tennessee

Mark Green, Republican
Justin Kanew, Democrat

TN House District 63

Meet the Candidates through our Facebook Live Video here.

Glen Casada, Republican incumbent
Bill Peach, Democrat

TN House District 65

Toby Shaffer, Democrat
Sam Whitson, Republican incumbent

TN Senate District 23

Kristen Grimm, Democrat

Meet Kristen Grimm during our Meet the Candidates Session, here.

Jack Johnson, Republican incumbent

Meet Jack Johnson during our Meet the Candidates Session, here.

DISTRICT MAPS

Williamson County Commission and School Board Districts and Voting Precincts

Search your home address, by clicking the full screen key    below to learn both your Williamson County Commission and School Board district and election day voting location.

Tennessee House Districts

Search your home address, by clicking the full screen key    below to learn your TN House District.

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