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Current Election News

Class Officers Are Elected for 2019-2020

Class Officers Are Elected for 2019-2020

Lebanon, TN – The Wilson Election Commission has been busy supporting school elections for the 2019-2020 class officers and offering voter registrations to eligible students at area schools. Students have been voting for their class officers, homecoming courts and superlatives for several years now with the assistance of the Election Commission. Class officer elections were held at Wilson Central High School, Mt. Juliet High School and Friendship Christian School and the Election Commission assisted Williamson County to hold class elections at Brentwood and Franklin High Schools. All elections were heldRead More

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Smith Elected to EI-ISAC Executive Committee

Smith Elected to EI-ISAC Executive Committee

Lebanon, TN- Tammy Smith, Assistant Wilson County Administrator of Elections, has been elected to the Executive Committee of the Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center (EI-ISAC). Smith will join 13 other Executive Committee members, five of whom are elected by their peers to represent national local election officials. The EI-ISAC is operated by the Center for Internet Security to improve the cybersecurity posture of the nation’s state, local, territorial and tribal election offices. EI-ISAC works in partnership with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and other federal partners. EI-ISACRead More

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Election Commissioners Sworn In

Election Commissioners Sworn In

Lebanon, TN –The five Wilson County Election Commissioners were sworn in by General Sessions Judge Ensley Hagan at their regular meeting on April 9th. All five Commissioners, Sherrie Orange, Ronnie Kelley, Don Simpson and John Pope were reappointed by the State Election Commission. Terry Muncher was appointed replacing retiring commissioner Jan Spray. The Commission organized after being sworn in electing Sherrie Orange Chairman and Ronnie Kelley Secretary. Each of Tennessee’s 95 counties has a five member election commission that is appointed by members of the Tennessee State Election Commission forRead More

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Jim and Maxine Bell have spent their lives focused on their faith, family and community

Jim and Maxine Bell have spent their lives focused on their faith, family and community

              Jim and Maxine Bell have spent their lives focused on their faith, family and community. Faith has always been a major part of Jim and Maxine’s lives. Jim has been a member of Mt Juliet’s First Baptist Church since 1947. He and Maxine met at a Halloween party at the church. Maxine came from her home in Watertown to visit family in Mt. Juliet and, by chance, attended the party and met Jim. Maxine recalls that when Jim would come to Watertown herRead More

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