Early voting for March primary election begins Feb. 12 in Williamson County

Early voting for the March 3 primary election begins Feb. 12 in Williamson County. (Dylan Skye Aycock/Community Impact Newspaper)
Early voting for the March 3 primary election begins Feb. 12 in Williamson County. (Dylan Skye Aycock/Community Impact Newspaper)

Early voting for the March 3 primary election begins Feb. 12 in Williamson County. (Dylan Skye Aycock/Community Impact Newspaper)

Early voting begins Feb. 12 in Williamson County for the March 3 primary election.



During the first week of early voting, residents can vote only at the Williamson County Administrative Complex at 1320 W. Main St., Franklin and the John P. Holt Library at 8109 Concord Road, Brentwood. All five early voting locations will open Feb. 18.



Tennessee, along with 13 other states, will participate in the March 3 Super Tuesday primary to help determine candidates for president. Williamson County voters will also see three incumbent Republican candidates running unopposed for the three local positions, including Dusty Rhoades for sheriff, Brad Coleman for assessor of property and Mike Spitzer for circuit court judge, 21st district.



Important dates to know



Feb. 12: first day of early voting



Feb. 25: last day to apply for absentee ballot



Feb. 25: last day of early voting



March 3: primary election day



What to expect on the ballot



The following candidates listed may vary based on voters' primary preferences.



U.S. primary



R: Donald J. Trump*



R: Joe Walsh



R: Bill Weld



D: Michael Bennet**



D: Joseph R. Biden



D: Michael R. Bloomberg



D: Cory Booker**



D: Pete Buttigieg



D: Julián Castro**



D: John K. Delaney



D: Tulsi Gabbard



D: Kamala Harris**



D: Amy Klobuchar



D: Deval Patrick



D: Bernie Sanders



D: Tom Steyer



D: Elizabeth Warren



D: Marianne Williamson**



D: Andrew Yang**



Local primary



Sheriff



R: Dusty Rhoades*



Assessor of property



R: Brad Coleman*



Circuit court judge, 21st district



R: Mike Spitzer*



*Denotes incumbent candidates or candidate appointed to unexpired term



**Denotes candidates that have dropped out of the presidential race but will still appear on the ballot.



Early voting


Williamson County residents can cast a ballot at any of the five early voting locations beginning Tuesday, Feb. 18, regardless of their actual place of residence.

During the early voting period, which ends Feb. 25, polls are open 8 a.m.-6 p.m. (weekdays) and 8 a.m.-noon (Saturdays). Polls will be closed Feb. 17 for Presidents’ Day.



•Williamson County Administrative Complex – 1320 West Main St., Franklin



• The John P. Holt Brentwood Library – 8109 Concord Road, Brentwood



• Fairview Recreation Center – 2714 Fairview Blvd., Fairview



• Nolensville Recreation Center – 7250 Nolensville Road, Nolensville



• Longview Recreation Center – 2909 Commonwealth Drive, Spring Hill



What to bring



Tennessee voters are required to present one of six specific forms of photo identification before they may cast their ballots.



Voters must present one of the following forms of ID to vote:



• Tennessee driver’s license



• Tennessee personal ID card



• Tennessee License to carry a handgun



• U.S. citizenship certificate with photo



• U.S. military ID with photo



• U.S. passport



Voters who cannot obtain one of the six acceptable forms of photo ID due to a reasonable impediment may present a supporting form of identification and execute a Reasonable Impediment Declaration.



Supporting forms of ID that can be presented for voters with a reasonable impediment are:



• Valid voter registration certificate



• Original certified birth certificate



• Copy of or original current utility bill



• Copy of or original bank statement



• Copy of or original government check



• Copy of or original paycheck



• Copy of or original government document with voter’s name and an address (original required if it contains a photograph)




Follow along for election night coverage at communityimpact.com.
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