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Who’s on the Ballot? U.S. & TN House, TN Senate

Election Day is November 3rd.

Voters in Rutherford County are voting in the Federal/State General (Presidential) Election & LaVergne, Smyrna and Eagleville Municipal Election. Not sure who’s on the ballot? Today, we highlight candidates for U.S. House of Representatives District 4, TN House of Representatives District 34, 37 and 48 and TN Senate District 14. Click here for a sample ballot.

U.S. House of Representative District 4

(Voters choose 1 from the following)
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Scott DesJarlais (R)
Christopher Hale (D)

TN Senate District 14

(Voters choose 1 from the following)
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Shane Reeves (R)
Chase Clemons (D)

TN House of Representative District 34

(Voters choose 1 from the following)
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Tim Rudd (R)
Mary R. Vaughn (D)

TN House of Representatives District 37

(Voters choose 1 from the following)
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Charlie Baum (R)
Mariah N. Phillips (D)

TN House of Representatives District 48

(Voters choose 1 from the following)
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Bryan Terry (R)
Matt Ferry (D)

TN House of Representatives District 49

(Voters choose 1 from the following)
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Mike Sparks (R)
Brandon Thomas (D)

Early Voting Information:

  • Early voting is open to any registered voter in the county. Any registered voter may vote at any one of the eight early voting sites within the county regardless of their actual place of residence.
  • All voters must present a Tennessee or Federal issued identification (even if expired) bearing the voters’ name and photo unless excluded under certain provisions of the law. (T.C.A. §2-7-112 (a)). First time voters who registered online or by mail
    must show proof of residential address before casting a ballot.Reminders
  • Voters who have moved less than (90) days before the date of a Federal/State primary or General Election to another place inside Tennessee but outside the county where the voter is registered may vote in the polling place where the voter is registered. (T.C.A. 2-7-115)
  • Voters must be registered in their county of residence no later than (30) days before Election Day in order to vote. (T.C.A. 2-2-109)

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