February, 2014

 

Realtors, Title Companies and the Election Commission Partner to Ensure Accurate Voter Rolls

Lebanon, TN – The Wilson County Election Commission, the Realtor members of the Eastern Middle Tennessee Realtors Association and Title Companies and Real Estate Attorneys in Wilson County have partnered to make voter registration maintenance a routine consideration in their business. Realtors and Real Estate Closing Attorneys and Firms come in to contact with almost every voter when they move within the county, move out of the county and when new residents make Wilson County their home.  “Partnering with the Realtors and Closing companies will greatly enhance our efforts toRead More


ELECTION COMMISSION PARTICIPATES IN ELMCROFT HEALTH FAIR

Lebanon, TN – The Wilson County Election Commission participated in the Elmcroft Health Fair. This  event provided an opportunity for the residents and public to register to vote, change their address or make any necessary updates to their voter registration. “Being accessible to Wilson County voters is an important part of our job,” said Phillip Warren, Administrator of Elections. “Registering new voters and maintaining the voter rolls is a daily task for us. We are always excited to participate in events like this,” Warren continued. Wilson County registers an averageRead More


Cumberland University and the Election Commission Partner for Voting Research

Lebanon, TN – Cumberland University and the Wilson County Election Commission are working together on a project to make the voting experience in Wilson County the best it can be. Students in Dr. Eric Landis’ MBA class have teamed with the Election Commission to gather data about how long it takes to vote a ballot like in the upcoming August 7, 2014 election. The August 7th General Election ballot will include all 15th Judicial offices and all Wilson County offices, except Property Assessor. Along with the General Election, there willRead More


Election Commission Encourages Updating Your Voter Registration

Lebanon, TN-As the candidates circulate their petitions to qualify for the August 7, 2014 ballot, the Election Commission encourages Wilson County voters to take the time to update their voter registration. “This is a good time to do some housekeeping on your voter registration- or to get registered if you are not- before it is time to vote or it is too late to register,” said Phillip Warren, Wilson County Administrator of Elections. “Well maintained voter registration rolls are the foundation of fair and honest elections,” Warren commented. “Voters knowRead More