Where to vote in Williamson County for the March 3 primary

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Polling locations will be open until 7 p.m. on election day. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)

Polling locations will be open until 7 p.m. on election day. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)

Where to vote

Registered votes in Williamson County can cast their ballot at any polling location on election day. Polling locations will be open until 7 p.m. this evening.

Take a look at the map below to find the polling location nearest to you.



Locations

  • Westwood Elementary School: 7200 Tiger Trail, Fairview

  • Fairview Recreation Center: 2714 Fairview Blvd., Fairview

  • Hillsboro Middle School: 5412 Pinewood Road, Franklin

  • Independence High School: 1776 Declaration Way, Thompson's Station

  • Bethesda Elementary School: 4907 Bethesda Road, Thompson's Station

  • Oakview Elementary School: 2390 Henpeck Lane, Franklin

  • Page High School: 6281 Arno Road, Franklin

  • Heritage Elementary School: 4801 Columbia Pike, Spring Hill

  • Longview Recreation Center: 2909 Commonwealth Drive, Spring Hill

  • Spring Station Middle School: 1000 Spring Station Drive, Spring Hill

  • Trinity Elementary School: 4410 Murfreesboro Road, Franklin

  • Clovercroft Elementary School: 9336 Clovercroft Road, Franklin

  • Cool Springs Conference Center (Marriott Hotel Lobby): 700 Cool Springs Blvd., Franklin

  • Nolensville Recreation Center: 7250 Nolensville Road, Nolensville

  • Sunset Elementary School: 100 Sunset Trail, Brentwood

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

  • Edmondson Elementary School: 851 Edmondson Pike, Brentwood

  • Brenthaven Church: 516 Franklin Road, Brentwood

  • Grassland Middle School: 2390 Hillsboro Road, Franklin

  • Hunters Bend Elementary School: 2121 Fieldstone Parkway, Franklin

  • Pearre Creek Elementary School: 1811 Townsend Blvd., Franklin

  • First Presbyterian Church: 101 Legends Club Lane, Franklin

  • County Enrichment Center: 110 Everbright Ave., Franklin

  • The Church of the City: 828 Murfreesboro Road, Franklin

  • Franklin Christian Church: 4040 Murfreesboro Road, Franklin


What is on the ballot


Voters in some areas of Williamson County will only be able to vote for presidential nominees. However there are some unopposed candidates expected to be appointed following the election.

U.S. president


  • 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**


Williamson County sheriff


  • R: Dusty Rhoades*


Assessor of property


  • R: Brad Coleman*


Circuit court judge, 21st District


  • R: Mike Spitzer*


*indicates incumbent or appointee serving an unexpired term

**indicates candidates who have dropped out of the presidential race but will still be listed on the ballot


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 license with photo; or

  • 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 as follows:

  • 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; or

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


For additional information regarding voter ID laws and ballot information, go to the Tennessee Secretary of State's Office's website: www.sos.tn.gov/elections.

Be sure to follow along at www.communityimpact.com/vote for updates on local elections in the March 3 primaries.
By Wendy Sturges
A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Sturges has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and moved to Tennessee in 2019.


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