Thursday, August 1, 2024

State and Federal Primary and State and County General Election

Primary elections will be held for U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, Tennessee Senate (even-numbered districts), and Tennessee House of Representatives. General elections will be held for vacant state judicial offices and applicable county offices.

Voter Registration Deadline:  Tuesday, July 2, 2024

Early Voting:  Friday, July 12 – Saturday, July 27, 2024

Absentee Ballot Request Deadline:  Thursday, July 25, 2024

County Offices
(March Primary/August County General)***

Circuit Court Judge (21st Judicial District-Division III-Unexpired Term)

Distric Attorney General (21st Judicial District-Unexpired Term)

Assessor of Property

County Board of Education (Odd Numbered Districs)

Franklin Special School District Board of Education (Three Seats)

County Offices
(August County General)

Political Party Nominees/Independent Candidates for County Offices

State/Federal Offices
(August Primary/ November General)

President and Vice President of the United States (November only)

United States House of Representatives (5th & 7th District)

Tennessee State Senate (28th District)

Tennessee House of Representatives (Districts 61, 63, 65 & 92)

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Learn about upcoming local elections and how you can make an impact. Together, we can make a difference!

As an engaged citizen, one of the most significant ways you can contribute to the betterment of your locality is by actively participating in local elections. Voting is a fundamental right and a crucial responsibility, but it’s equally important to be well-informed about the candidates and their platforms before casting your vote.

We’ve compiled a wealth of information about our local candidates, their principles, and their platforms. Whether it’s a mayoral race, city council election, or school board selection, understanding the individuals who seek to represent you is essential. Here’s what you can expect:

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In the last city elections in 2021, only 13% of eligible registered voters cast a ballot. One alderman election was won by just 25 votes. So, yes, EVERY VOTE COUNTS!

Encourage Others to Vote

Voter apathy suppresses turnout particularly in local elections. We all must recognize the importance of voting in elections where the outcomes impact our daily lives.

Educate Yourself

Know your candidates: who they are, why they’re running, and what they stand for. Read their profiles in local media, attend candidate forums and debates and simply ask questions. Be informed.

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