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Brentwood CEO Among Presidential Electors to Vote Monday

A Brentwood resident who is CEO of Franklin-based Acadia Healthcare is one of Tennessee’s 2016 presidential electors who will meet Monday morning to cast...

How do you feel the day after, Williamson County?

Williamson County voted more than two-to-one for Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton for president. Here is how people out and about in downtown Franklin felt...

MTSU Students, Faculty, Watch the Political Future Unfold

By WES TALLEY America’s 45th President was elected on Tuesday, and the view from campus was electric. At Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, crowds watched...

Clinton Concedes to Trump in Early Morning Hours

One of the most dramatic presidential campaigns and elections is finally over. The race was tight throughout the evening as Donald Trump and Hillary...

Final Look at Presidential Election Results

Polls are now closed in many states across the country and presidential results are starting to trickle in. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are...

Election Day Afternoon Update: Workers Expect Surge after 5 p.m.

We wondered – what is it like to see your name on the ballot for the first time?

Voting is Steady and Quick Across Williamson County

Perhaps due to extensive early voting, which closed last week with 55.6 percent of registered Williamson County voters already pulling the lever, many polls...

Where to Vote on Election Day

Today is Election Day and polls are open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. across the county for voters.

Early voting Ends with More than Half Casting Ballots

Early voting turnout has exceeded November of 2012 (50.2% of registered voters, Obama vs. Romney) but less than November 2008 (59.6 % of registered...

Early Voting Ends at 7 p.m. in Williamson, Maury Counties

Seven early voting locations in Williamson County and two in Maury are open through 7 p.m. today, the last day to cast ballots before...