2017-2018 Voter Handbook is Now Available

Lebanon, TN – The 2017-2018 edition of the Wilson County Voter Handbook is now available on the Wilson County Election Commission’s website – www.WilsonVotes.com. This is the third edition of the free online handbook providing a source of election and voting information for voters and candidates. There are no elections scheduled for 2017, but less than a year from now, candidates will begin picking up petitions to qualify for 49 offices which will appear on the 2018 August ballot. Voters and candidates can use the handbook to be aware ofRead More

Election Commission Signs Agreement with School Board

Lebanon, TN –The Wilson County Election Commission signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Wilson County School Board during its regular meeting on January 10th to use a portion of the renovated 415 Harding Dr. School Board Facility. Work has started on the building and campus at 415 Harding Dr., the Old Lebanon High School property, with completion anticipated in October of 2017. The Election Commission utilized the old Lebanon High School gyms for storage and maintenance of voting equipment and poll officials training prior to the start of theRead More


  Lebanon, TN – Early Voting hours will be extended on the final day, Thursday November 3rd, at all five Early Voting sites until 8:00pm. Since the first day of Early Voting, Wilson County voters have turned out in record numbers. Extending the hours of Early Voting on the last day will give voters another opportunity to skip the Election Day lines and cast their vote early. “Voters in Wilson County have the advantage of well-trained election workers and an enhanced voting system that together will make their voting experienceRead More


  Lebanon, TN –There will be five convenient Early Voting sites for Wilson County voters to take advantage of before the November 8th election. The newest site is at Lighthouse Church at 6141 Saundersville Rd. in Mt. Juliet. Early Voting has been available since 2012 at the Election Commission office in Lebanon, Mt. Juliet Community Center on Charlie Daniels Pkwy in Mt. Juliet, Gladeville Community Center in Gladeville and Watertown Community Center in Watertown. The number of eligible voters in Wilson County will soon top 79,000. As the population andRead More


Lebanon, TN –Sample ballots for the November 8, 2016 Federal and State General election and the Lebanon, Mt. Juliet and Watertown Municipal elections are now posted online. The countywide ballot may be viewed and individual ballots are available to be printed on the Election Commissions website – www.WilsonVotes.com. The Federal and State General elections will be for U.S. President, U.S. Congress 6th District and the 46th and 57th State House of Representatives. Councilmen for Lebanon City Wards 1, 2 and 5 will be on the ballot as well as theRead More

Uncle Sam Says We Want You at the 2016 Wilson County Fair

  Lebanon, TN – “We Want You at the Wilson County Fair” was selected by the Wilson County Fair Board as this year’s theme. The 2016 fair opens Friday, August 19th at 5pm and runs through Saturday August 27th.  Wilson County administrator of Elections, Phillip Warren will be the official Uncle Sam at the fair. This year’s theme at the Wilson County Fair centers around elections and voting. Uncle Sam and the patriotism he has come to symbolize is a fitting image for this historic election year Hale Moss, PresidentRead More

Precinct 4-1 Voters Return to West Elementary School to Vote

Lebanon, TN –Voters in Precinct 4-1 will return to West Elementary School to cast their votes on Election Day starting with the August 4th election.  Since 2004, Election Day voters have voted at Cook’s United Methodist Church. Wilson County averages adding over 400 new voters to the rolls each  month. Precinct 4-1 has consistently grown through the years challenging the Election Commission to provide an Election Day polling place that is accessible and large enough to accommodate the voters. West Elementary School served as the polling place until 2004 whenRead More

Wilson Central High School Students Help Staff Elections

Lebanon, TN – Students from Wilson Central High School staffed polls throughout the county on Election Day. 20 Wilson County high school juniors and seniors served as poll officials for the March 1st Presidential Preference Primary. Wilson County schools are closed on Election Day making this service opportunity available to students. Travis Mayfield, Wilson Central Principal said, “These students made a significant contribution to the community and represented our school well on Election Day. I have had great feedback from the students and from members of the community.” The studentsRead More

Vol State, WANT and Election Commission Partner to Train Poll Officials

Lebanon, TN – Vol State Community College, WANT radio and the Wilson County Election Commission have collaborated to create online training for Wilson County Poll Officials. This project brought together the resources  of government and local business to produce a training program to better prepare Wilson County Poll Officials and to enhance  the voting experience. The Media Services Department at Volunteer State provided the equipment, expertise and many hours of editing to develop several online classes. Media Services Director, Terry Heinen and his assistants, Todd Griffin and  Blake Bridges guidedRead More

Presidential Preference Primary Early Voting Going Strong

Lebanon, TN –Early voting for the March 1st Republican and Democratic Presidential Preference Primary started on February 10th at all four Early Voting locations in Wilson County with almost 2000 Wilson County voters participating. “Early voting is perfect for voters eager to cast their vote and express their opinion in this primary. We encourage those eligible to get out and vote early to hopefully avoid long lines, weather delays or other circumstances that may arise on Election Day,” Said Phillip Warren, Administrator of Elections. The last Presidential Preference Primary wasRead More