Post Tagged with: "Early voting"

Final Days of Early Voting Produce Long Lines

Final Days of Early Voting Produce Long Lines

by / on October 30, 2012

Early voting continues to produce lines more than an hour long in some parts of Middle Tennessee. More than 1.1 million people statewide have cast a ballot early.

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Tennessee Early Voting Ends as Candidates Make Appearances

by / on February 28, 2012

The final day of early voting comes as candidates in the GOP primary are becoming more active in the state. Turnout has been picking up in most counties since polls opened nearly two weeks ago.

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Nashville Voters Must Choose Between GOP Primary and Judicial Elections

by / on February 21, 2012

Early voting is underway in Tennessee’s Presidential primary. Voters in Nashville will also get to cast a ballot for local judges, but only if they choose a Democratic ballot.

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Nashville Voters Cast Primary Ballots ASAP

Nashville Voters Cast Primary Ballots ASAP

by / on February 15, 2012

The first day of early voting in the Presidential Primary brought out Tennesseans both eager to cast a ballot and just ready to get it over with. Even before many of the candidates have made campaign swings through the state, many voters have already made up their mind.

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Early Voting Ends at Record High for Midterms

by / on August 2, 2010

About 550,000 voters cast ballots early in the gubernatorial primary, congressional races and local elections. Turnout is the highest it’s ever been for midterm primaries.

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Early Voting Starts Friday

by / on July 16, 2010

Early voting in state primaries and county general elections starts today. The most costly and closely watched race is the Republican primary for governor.

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