Have you Voted?
This is a critical juncture for the future of our country. Our civic duty is to VOTE. If any member of our post is having a difficult time participating in our civic responsibility of VOTING, members of our post are here to help you. Along with members of our post, if you are aware of any VETERAN in our community that needs assistance with voting, please have them contact Max Wix, (615-626-4087) or Terry Ward (615-519-6523) and we will coordinate arrangements to help.
If you cannot physically stand in line at early voting places there are other alternatives.
The last day to request an Absentee Ballot for the November 3rd, 2020 Federal & State General and Lebanon, Mt Juliet & Watertown Municipal Elections is October 27, 2020*.
(TCA 2-6-202 (a)(1) & TCA 2-6-202 (d)(3)
You may fill in the required information online making the form easier to read and avoiding possible mistakes or omission of the required information. Then download and print and sign the form. Mail or email (as an attachment) the completed form to the Wilson County Election Commission at the email or PO Box address provided on the form. You may contact the Wilson County Election Commission at 615-444-0216 with questions.
Early Voting, October 14th through October 29th, held at five locations across Wilson county are:
Election Commission Office, 203 E Main St. Lebanon
Mt Juliet Community Center, Charlie Daniels Park, Mt. Juliet
Lighthouse Church, 6141 Saundersville Rd, Mt. Juliet, (closes at 5 pm on Wed)
Gladeville Community Center, 95 McCreary Rd, Gladeville
Watertown Community Center, 8630 Sparta Pk, Watertown.
(* extracted from the Wilson County Election Commission web site at: https://www.wilsonelections.com/absentee-voting/ )
If you are disabled, GO TO THE FRONT OF THE LINE. DO NOT STAND IN LINE!
Post members not living in Wilson County need to check with your local election commission for their timeline on early voting and voting locations.