Now is the time to VOTE for your local Candidate!

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Did you realize Early Voting has started for the August 4th election? As of Tuesday’s numbers, Republican Early Voting turnout is down more than 60% from 2014. This is why you keep hearing me say everywhere I speak:

Democrats are elected when republicans stay home!

Republican turn out is low across the county, and it’s time for us to get out and vote in this very important election. I know all of the Republican attention is on the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, but we have local races here that need our attention too!

Marty Haynes, the Republican Nominee for Assessor of Property, is locked into a battle with the democratic opponent that is using lies and innuendos about taxes to persuade senior voters to vote for the democrat. Mike Carter and Ethan White are battling for the Republican Nomination to represent District 29. Congressman Fleischmann has a couple of challengers for the right to be the Republican Nominee for US Representative. There are School Board Elections, Municipal Elections, Judicial and Retention Elections on the current ballot. You will get the opportunity to vote forPresident in October and November, but now, we need to vote in our local races.

Now is the time to vote for your local candidate!

 

Early Voting locations are listed below, and I hope you not only take yourself, but your family and friends, to the polls for either Early Voting or on Election Day, August 4th.

Your voice needs to be heard, and your vote does matter!

Remember:  Early Voting Ends on Saturday, July 30th

Brainerd Recreation Center
1010 North Moore Road

Monday-Saturday: 10 A.M. – 6 P.M.

Eastwood Baptist Church
4300 Ooltewah-Ringgold Road

Monday-Saturday: 10 A.M. – 6 P.M.

North River Civic Center
1009 Executive Drive, Ste 102 (behind Northgate Mall near the Post Office)

Monday-Saturday: 10 A.M. – 6 P.M.

Election Commission Office
700 River Terminal Road
Monday-Friday: 8 A.M. – 7 P.M.

Saturday: 9 A.M. – 6 P.M.

A photo ID issued by the State of Tennessee of Federal Government is required to vote.