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Early voting underway in Tennessee and Hardin County Republican primary

Early voting in the May 3 state and county Republican primary election is now underway at the Hardin County Courthouse.
As of closing Monday, 411 ballots had been cast locally, the Hardin County Election Commission reports. In-person early voting started April 13 and ends April 28.
In this primary election, Hardin County voters will choose the Circuit Court judge (24th Judicial District, Division I and II), chancellor, district attorney, public defender, county commissioners for all districts, Road Board for Districts 3 and 4, the five school board members in even-numbered districts, county mayor, road superintendent, county clerk, register of deeds, sheriff, trustee, Circuit Court clerk and General Sessions judge. Winners in the primary advance to the general election in August.
Hardin County Administrator of Elections Jeanette Cronise said early voting runs each weekday, including Saturdays, until Thursday, April 28.
Voting hours
•Monday and Tuesday – 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
•Wednesday, Friday and Saturday – 9 a.m.-noon
•Thursday – 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Hardin County residents can find more information, including polling locations and sample ballots, at
“Tennessee is stronger when everyone participates in the electoral process,” said Secretary of State Tre Hargett.
To vote early or on election day, Hardin County voters need to bring valid photo identification to the polls. A driver’s license or photo ID issued by the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security, Tennessee state government or the federal government is acceptable event if it’s expired.
College IDs are not acceptable.
For more information about what types of IDs are acceptable and other election details, visit or call the local election commission office at 731-925-3375.


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