The early voting period ends at 6 p.m. tonight.
According to numbers from the Williamson County Election Commission, 67,653 have voted so far, or 43.1% of the 157,064 registered voters.
In 2014, a total of 61,443 voted out of 139,009 who were registered then.
Early voting may be done at any of the seven early voting sites found HERE. On Election Day, Nov. 6, voting must be done at designated precincts.
Brentwood precinct 6-1 once again leads in voter turnout, with 54.72 percent of the 5,029 registered there having voted at one of the early voting locations so far.
Voters who normally cast ballots at precinct 2-3, Oak View Elementary, are second, with 51.17 percent of the 2,899 registered voters having cast a ballot as of Wednesday.
The lightest precinct so far for turnout continues to be 3-3, people who normally vote at Chapman’s Retreat Elementary School in Spring Hill. 29.75% of the 3,086 registered there have voted.
Offices appearing on the ballot will include Republican & Democratic nominees & Independent candidates for Governor, United States Senate, United States House of Representatives (7th Congressional District), Tennessee Senate (District 23) and Tennessee House of Representatives (Districts 61, 63 & 65). Municipal candidates will also be seeking election in the City of Fairview (Mayor & One Commissioner), Town of Nolensville (Mayor & Two Alderman) and Town of Thompson’s Station (Mayor & Two Alderman).
There also is a referendum to allow restaurants in unincorporated areas of Williamson County to apply for licenses to serve alcoholic beverages by the drink.
Polls will be open Tuesday, November 6, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.