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CITY OF DICKSON ELECTION SEPTEMBER 28, 2017

(TO ELECT 1 COUNCILMEMBER IN EACH OF THE 4 WARDS)


RESTORATION CHURCH ONLY!  

EARLY VOTING BEGINS SEPTEMBER 8, 2017

EARLY VOTING ENDS SEPTEMBER 23, 2017

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday 8:00am-4:00pm

Thursday 10:00am-6:00pm

Saturday 8:00am-11:00am


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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

ELECTION COMMISSION MEETING DATES FOR 2017:

ALL MEETINGS ARE AT 5:30 PM
LOCATED AT THE DICKSON COUNTY ELECTION OFFICE
110A ACADEMY STREET, CHARLOTTE, TN 37036

        

  • 08/29/2017  BUSINESS:  Approve minutes, Certify 2nd Quarter Voter Registrations, & Other Business
  • 09/28/2017 CITY OF DICKSON ELECTION:  Counting Board Will meet at 4:00 P.M.
  • 10/10/2017 BUSINESS: Approve Minutes, Certify City of Dickson Election, Set 2018 Calendar, Certify 2nd Quarter Voter Registrations, & Other Business
  • Other Meetings May Be Called By The Chairman As Needed

 



Get your Voter Registrations today.

They are available at:

 

Dickson County Election Office -- in Charlotte, TN

Dickson County Clerk's Office building -- Downtown Dickson on Main Street

Ragan's -- Downtown Dickson on Main Street

Public Library -- in Dickson on Henslee Drive

  • Dickson County Election Office Address & Staff


    110A Academy Street, Charlotte, TN 37036

    Mailing Address:
    P.O. Box 522, Charlotte, TN 37036

    (615) 671-1146: phone
    (615) 671-1113: fax

    Roxanne Hagewood - Administrator of Elections
    rhagewood@dicksoncountytn.gov - email

    Kasei Haddix- Chief Deputy
    khaddix@dicksoncountytn.gov - email

    Phyllis Wright - Deputy
    Candra Corlew - Deputy



 

MISSION STATEMENT

The Mission of the Dickson County Election Commission is to ensure
all processes in the performance of the Commission’s duties are conducted
 in strict compliance with the State of Tennessee and U.S. Federal statutes,
 thereby instilling confidence in well managed processes that are conducted in a fair and efficient manner with the highest level of professionalism.