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Early voting begins in Sumner County: when and where to vote

Early voting begins in Sumner County: when and where to vote
Photo Credit To District 2 Sumner County Commissioner Candidates Billy Geminden, Michelle Harbin, and Larry Hinton.


Early voting for the Federal and State Primary, and the Sumner County General election on Aug. 2 began last Friday, July 13.

The early election runs Friday, July 13 through Saturday, July 28.

During the early voting period as of Tuesday July 17, 1,755 voters have cast ballots.

On Monday, the city of Portland held early voting at the Portland Community Center. The turnout was low with 234 voters casting ballots.

Each day during the early voting period, residents can cast their votes at the Sumner County Administration Building in room 112 in Gallatin. The hours to vote during the week are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on each Saturday 9 a.m. to noon.

Residents in Goodlettsville can vote at the Church of the Nazarene at 400 Loretta Drive on Tuesday, July 17.

You can vote three times (July 19-21) in Hendersonville at the Hendersonville Public Library at 140 Saundersville Road.

White House voters can vote at the White House City Hall at 105 College Street on Monday, July 23.

The Old Westmoreland Elementary is the place to vote in Westmoreland. You can cast your vote there on Tuesday, July 24.

Voting at the seven Satellite sites are Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturday 9 a.m. to noon.

Click here to see the Sumner County General Election sample ballot.

To view the 2018 Democratic Federal and State primary ballot click here.

The Republican 2018 Federal and State primary is listed here.

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