Tuesday, March 1 is election day

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TUESDAY, MARCH 1 is the date of the "Super Tuesday" presidential primary in Tennessee.

Also on the ballot are two questions for Cannon County voters in a countywide general election. First is a sales tax referendum, which if passed, will increase the local sales and use tax rate from 1.75 percent to 2.75 percent. Second is a Wheel Tax Referendum, which increases the local wheel tax from $50 to $70, with the $20 increased proceeds dedicated to the Cannon County General Fund.

The polls will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.

Precinct Polling Place Location

11 - Westside Westside Elementary 3714 Murfreesboro Rd.

21 - Auburntown Auburntown Community Center 192 East Main St.

22 - Gassaway Gassaway Community Center 270 Gassaway Main St.

23 - Pleasant Ridge Woodbury Grammar School 530 West Adams St.

24 - Short Mtn. 2 Short Mountain Elementary 5988 Short Mtn. Rd.

32 - Woodland Woodland Elementary School 8383 Jim Cummings Hwy.

41 - Eastside Eastside Elementary School 5658 McMinnville Hwy.

42 - Short Mtn. 4 Short Mountain Elementary 5988 Short Mtn. Rd.

51 - Woodbury Woodbury Grammar School 530 West Adams St.

If you have any questions about your voting location, please call the Election Commission Office at 563-5650.

Remember, voters will have to show proof of identification on Tuesday.

A voter must have a Tennessee or Federal government issued photo ID. If no photo identification is provided, the voter will vote a provisional ballot and the voter will have until two business days after the election to return to the election commission office and show a valid photo I.D. or the ballot will be rejected. Forms of acceptable identification (even expired) include a Tennessee Driver's License with your photo, United States Passport, Department of Safety photo ID, Photo issued by the Federal or Tennessee state government, United States Military photo ID or Gun permit card with your photo. The voter can sign an oath stating he/she is indigent or have a religious objection to being photographed.

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