March, 2015

 

Voter Registration Software Seminar Held in Wilson County

Lebanon, TN –51election officials from 25 Tennessee counties met in Wilson County on Friday to learn more about their voter registration software. Michelle Riley, Embry Consulting, conducted the seminar- answering  questions, unveiling new applications and listening to ideas from everyday users. “Having this opportunity to meet with so many of our clients at one location has been a great experience. Every county in Tennessee has different needs. We strive to provide a voter registration system that works well in every jurisdiction,” said Riley. Phillip Warren, Administrator of Elections said, “WilsonRead More


MJCA 5th Graders Elect Their Mayor

Lebanon, TN – Mt Juliet Christian Academy 5th Graders went to the polls on Tuesday to elect a Mayor of BizTown. Elementary teachers worked together to hold the mayoral election. The Wilson County Election Commission was invited to provide voting machines for students to use in their election. BizTown is a Junior Achievement program. This popular program provides hands on experience to elementary school students operating banks, managing restaurants, writing checks and running a political campaign. BizTown activities give students a way to take what they learn in school andRead More


Voter Tip #7-What do I need to do when I move to a new address in Wilson County?

Once you are registered to vote in Wilson County and have received your voter registration card, there is no need to “renew” your registration. However, if you move within Wilson County you need to notify the Election Commission of your new address. Who represents you in the county, state and federal government is dependent on where you live in Wilson County. There are two state house districts, 25 county commission districts, 7 school board zones (effective August 2016), Lebanon Special School District, 5 constabulary zones and three possible municipalities inRead More


West Wilson Elementary 5th Graders Go To The Polls

Lebanon, TN –West Wilson Elementary School 5th Graders went to the polls on Friday to elect a Mayor of BizTown. For the second year, Mrs. Scarlett Chadwell, BizTown sponsor and 5th grade teacher, invited the Wilson County Election Commission to provide voting machines for students to use in their election. Despite school being closed for snow, the 5th graders came prepared to vote for their BizTown Mayor. All elections are successful because of dedicated poll officials and school elections are no exception-four students volunteered to serve as poll officials. AsRead More