Early voting for the August 3rd primary elections begins tomorrow morning at 8 a.m. at the Davidson County Election Commission, located at 800 2nd Ave. South.
Voters will have their hands full, as they must navigate new voting machines and an exceedingly long ballot.
The new voting machines, which have been the subject of some controversy, are touch-screen and have not been used in Davidson County before. In order to explain how the machine works, the Davidson County Election Commission has gone so far as posting an instrucional video and pdf file on its website explaining how the machine works.
Complicating matters, the new machines will have to handle one of the longest ballots in the history of Davidson County.
Aside from to determining who will be the Republican and Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate, Governor, and Congress, voters have a number of other issues to decide.
Also appearing on the ballot are State House and Senate races, School Board seats, special elections for vacant Metro Council seats, judicial retention questions, Metro offices such as County Clerk and Sheriff, and also officers for local political parties.
To see a schedule for early voting hours and locations, click here.
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