Polling places will be open throughout Cannon County Tuesday for voters to cast their ballot in the Nov. 2 State General Election.
Polls open at 7 a.m. They will close at 7 p.m.; however, anyone standing in line at 7 will still be given the opportunity to vote.
Results should be known no later than 9 p.m. Tuesday, according to the Cannon County Election Office.
Voters should take at least one form of identification with them when they go to vote, election officials said.
1374 people voted early for this election. There are approximately 8,000 registered voters in the county.VOTING PLACES ARE AS FOLLOWS:DISTRICT — PRECINCT — VOTING PLACES
DISTRICT 1 — West Side — West Side School
DISTRICT 2 — Auburntown — Auburntown Community Building
DISTRICT 2 — Pleasant Ridge — Woodbury Grammar School Gym (Back of Building Entrance)
DISTRICT 2 — Short Mountain 2 — Short Mountain School
DISTRICT 2 — Gassaway — Gassaway Fire Hall
DISTRICT 3 — Woodland — Woodland School
DISTRICT 4 — East Side — East Side School
DISTRICT 4 — Short Mountain 4 — Short Mountain School
DISTRICT 5 — Woodbury — Woodbury Grammar School Gym (Back of Building Entrance)
Elected offices on the ballot are for Governor, United States House of Representatives 6th Congressional District, Tennessee Senate 17th Senatorial District, Tennessee House of Representatives 46th Representative District.Running for Governor are:
SAMUEL DAVID DUCK
TONI K. HALL
BOYCE T. McCALL
DONALD RAY McFOLIN
LINDA KAY PERRY
THOMAS SMITH II
HOWARD M. SWITZER
CARL Twofeathers WHITAKER
Independent CandidateRunning for Congress are:
BRANDON E. GORE
TOMMY N. HAY
STEPHEN R. SPRAGUE
Independent CandidateRunning for the 17th District State Senate seat are:
Democratic NomineeRunning for the 46th District State House seat are:
Cannon County voters are also being asked to decide whether they want to permit, or not permit, the manufacture of intoxicating liquors and other intoxicating drinks within the boundaries of Cannon County.
Voters across the state are also voting on a Constitutional Amendment supporting citizens' rights to hunt and fish in Tennessee.Click Here for a Sample Ballot
.Click here for a list of Cannon County polling places