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Current Election News

Election Commissioners Sworn In

Election Commissioners Sworn In

Lebanon, TN –The five Wilson County Election Commissioners were sworn in by General Sessions Judge Ensley Hagan at their regular meeting on April 9th. All five Commissioners, Sherrie Orange, Ronnie Kelley, Don Simpson and John Pope were reappointed by the State Election Commission. Terry Muncher was appointed replacing retiring commissioner Jan Spray. The Commission organized after being sworn in electing Sherrie Orange Chairman and Ronnie Kelley Secretary. Each of Tennessee’s 95 counties has a five member election commission that is appointed by members of the Tennessee State Election Commission forRead More

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Jim and Maxine Bell have spent their lives focused on their faith, family and community

Jim and Maxine Bell have spent their lives focused on their faith, family and community

              Jim and Maxine Bell have spent their lives focused on their faith, family and community. Faith has always been a major part of Jim and Maxine’s lives. Jim has been a member of Mt Juliet’s First Baptist Church since 1947. He and Maxine met at a Halloween party at the church. Maxine came from her home in Watertown to visit family in Mt. Juliet and, by chance, attended the party and met Jim. Maxine recalls that when Jim would come to Watertown herRead More

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Howell fits working polls into busy retirement

Howell fits working polls into busy retirement

    David Howell recalls going with his grandmother to vote at the Green Hills Women’s Club Building on the corner of South Greenhill Rd and Lebanon Road when he was a child. That was when Old Hickory Lake was just beginning to rise and the population of West Wilson County was a small fraction of what it has become. Voting has always been important to Howell. As an adult, he became part of the elections in Wilson County serving as a poll official for many years. David Howell’s familyRead More

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Spotlight on Rufus McAdoo

Spotlight on Rufus McAdoo

    This is the first in a series of articles profiling poll officials in Wilson County. Each election over 300 Wilson County voters are trained to greet with a smile their neighbors and fellow Wilson Countians when they come to Early Vote at any of the five locations or on Election Day at their assigned polling place. It is our privilege to work with these dedicated patriotic Wilson Countians and we look forward to sharing their stories over the coming months.     Mr. Rufus McAdoo According to Pearlie McAdooRead More

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