Not everyone has the right to vote.Â So if you do, please exercise this gift.Â When you step up to the voting machine, make sure you have done your homework.Â Do not go in and ignorantly pull a lever or push a button.Â Study the candidates, study them from more than one source.Â Some may even be available by phone if you want to call and talk!
Hearsay is not a good thing, so be careful to separate hearsay from actual truth.
You can still watch the local debate for people seeking office in LaVergne. Take the time to watch it and listen to the answers and comments.
Polling places for LaVergne residents are:Â LaVergne Lake Elementary School, Rock Springs Elementary School, LaVergne Middle School, Cedar Grove Elementary School, Tennessee Rehabilitation Center, and – for a few – Stewart Creek Elementary School.Â If you didn’t get your new voter registration card or if you have questions, visit the Rutherford County Election Commission web page with your concerns.
Tuesday, November 6 is a big day. Polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m.Â VOTE!