Early voting still strong
Thursday, October 18, 2012 11:52 am
Cannon County voters continue to go to the polls in record numbers.
“Early voting is a flexible and convenient option for many voters,” said Administrator of Elections Dorinda Mankin. “It is my hope that voters will continue to take advantage of this opportunity over the next two weeks.”
Early voting will continue through Thursday, Nov. 1. Voters with questions regarding the locations and hours of early voting are encouraged to contact the Cannon County Election Commission at 563-5650 or our website at cannoncountyelection.org for more information.
Tennessee voters again showed up in huge numbers Thursday as early voting continued for the November 6 election. With all 95 counties reporting, more than 100,000 voters statewide cast ballots for the second day in a row, bringing the overall total to 228,245 voters over the first two days of the early voting period.
“Tennessee voters clearly want their voices to be heard in this election,” said Secretary of State Tre Hargett. “I am grateful to the county election officials who have worked hard to prepare for this large turnout.”
FEDERAL AND STATE GENERAL & WOODBURY AND AUBURNTOWN CITY
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2012
All Polling Places will be open 7:00 A.M. until 7:00 P.M.
VOTING PLACES ARE AS FOLLOWS
DISTRICT PRECINCT VOTING PLACES
1. Westside WestsideSchool
2. Auburntown AuburntownCommunityBuilding
2. Pleasant Ridge WoodburyGrammar SchoolGym
2. ShortMountain2 ShortMountainSchool
2. Gassaway Gassaway Fire Hall
3. Woodland WoodlandSchool
4. Eastside EastsideSchool
4. ShortMountain4 ShortMountainSchool
5. Woodbury WoodburyGrammar SchoolGym
The counting board will convene at the Election Office on election day. T.C.A. 2-6-302(a)(5)
REMINDER TO BRING PHOTO ID TO THE POLLS.
As a voter, if you have not changed your name/address with the Election Office, you will have to follow fail-safe procedures and may experience a delay in voting and may also be required to go to a different polling place.
Reminder the 100 ft. boundary CAMPAIGN FREE ZONE will be enforced at the polls.
ABSENTEE COUNTING BOARD WILL MEET AT THE ELECTION OFFICE ON NOVEMBER 6, 2012 AT 4 P.M.
If you have any questions contact theCannonCountyelection Commission,301 West Main Street #244, Tatum StreetEntrance.
Our regular office hours are 8:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. 5 days a week.
Matt Studd, Chairman Sue Patrick, Secretary
Corey Davenport, James Hill, Jackie Gannon – Members
Dorinda Mankin, Interim Administrator of Elections