The deadline to register to vote for the Franklin Alderman Election is fast approaching: September 25th.
Tennessee is now offering the ability to register to vote online. You can also register to vote by filling out a paper registration application and dropping it off at the Williamson County Election Commission at the Williamson County Annex: 1320 W Main St Suite #140, Franklin, TN 37064.
If you voted last November in the 2016 Presidential election, you are already registered to vote in the Alderman Election. To check your voter registration status, you can visit the Voter Look-Up Tool on the Tennessee Secretary of State’s website.
Early Voting is October 4-19 at the Williamson County Annex: 1320 W Main St Suite #140, Franklin, TN 37064
Election Day is Tuesday, October 24th and voting will be conducted at your assigned Voting Precinct. This information is best found via the Voter Registration Look-Up Tool on the Tennessee Secretary of State’s website.
The Franklin City Alderman Election is a non-partisan race. By voting, you ensure your voice is being heard and your needs represented in your municipal government. Franklin is at a pivotal time in it’s story; don’t miss the opportunity to have your input in Moving Franklin Forward.