July, 2015



Lebanon, TN – Every active registered voter in Wilson County will receive a new green voter registration card in the mail this week. In August of 2014, the voters of Wilson County voted to add two additional members to the Wilson County School Board. The school board zones changed from 5 to 7 requiring the county to be redistricted. School zones were adopted by the county commission in December. Over 63,000 cards are being mailed to active Wilson County voters. The new cards have every voter’s individual voting information onRead More


You are eligible to be a Poll Worker if you are: · A Registered Wilson County Voter · Able to work a 14-hour day · Able to read, write and communicate in English · Available on Election Day · Have access to online training · ENJOY WORKING WITH PEOPLE · Able to lift 40 lbs.  

Voter Registration More Accessible

  Lebanon, TN –The Wilson County Election Commission kicked off another initiative at the Market Street Community Center in Lebanon and the Mt. Juliet City Hall as part of their on-going effort to register voters and encourage voter registration maintenance. A display providing easy access to voter registration forms and local election information was placed at these locations. Accurate registration rolls are the foundation of successful elections. Voter registration and registration maintenance is an ongoing process at the Election Commission. The Election Commission staff processes hundreds of new registrations andRead More

Who Are Poll Workers?

Poll workers are patriotic Wilson County voters that believe in the greatness of our republic and are willing to set aside time in their busy lives for a small stipend to ensure that the integrity of every vote cast is protected. Over 300 Wilson County voters are appointed by the Election Commission before each election to be poll workers. The Wilson County Poll Worker application is online at www.WilsonVotes.com