See which candidates have taken an early lead in the Franklin BOMA elections

The Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen election was held Oct. 26.  (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
The Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen election was held Oct. 26. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

The Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen election was held Oct. 26. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

The polls have closed in the city of Franklin, and early voting results show four candidates have pulled ahead in races for seats on the Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen.

According to data released by the Williamson County Election Commission, early voting totals show candidate Matt Brown is in the lead for Ward 2 with 50.13% of the votes, or 381 votes. Angela Hubbard has 18.55%; Tina Pierret has 13.55%; and Mike Vaughn has 17.76%.

In Ward 3, Jason Potts leads with 55.32% of the vote, or 530 votes. Michelle Sutton has 42.17% of votes, and Samantha DeGrasse, who withdrew from the race but still appeared on the ballot, has 2.51%.

In Ward 4, Patirck Baggett has 70.93% of the vote against opponent Elizabeth Wanczak, who has 29.07%.

Incumbent Ward 1 Alderperson Beverly Burger is running unopposed in this year's election and is expected to retain her seat.

Results are expected to be updated throughout the night. Stay tuned for updates.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.


The new extension of the Mack C. Hatcher Parkway opened Nov. 29. (Lacy Klasel/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Boundary map of annexation
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A bottle of Old Elk Straight Whiskey Bourbon on the shelves of Barrels & Brews at Murfreesboro Road. The bottle is an example of the store's focus on hand selected single barrel spirits. (Martin Cassidy/Community Impact Newspaper)
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