PARIS TN: Early voting sets county record

Henry Countians line up Wednesday morning at the entrance of the Election Commission office, 215 Grove Blvd. Suite B in Paris, for the first day of early voting for the election, which includes local races for sheriff and county mayor, as well as the federal presidential election. Delaina Green, county administrator of elections, said 1,100 people voted Wednesday, breaking the largest known early day total of 694 set in 2016. In addition, 832 in-person votes were cast on Thursday, for a two-day total of 1,932, Green said. Early voting will go on from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays at the commission office until Oct. 29.

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The Election Commission deserves a ton of praise. Though there was a sizable line when I arrived on Thursday, I believe the wait was less than 20 minutes. It was a VERY efficient process.


HATS OFF to the entire election staff & volunteers. Everyone was super helpfull & very professional. Short wait to do something only a few % of the people in the world get to do - VOTE.

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