Early voting started last week

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Early voting for the upcoming Nov. 3 general and municipal elections started last week in Carroll County.

County residents could start casting their early ballots last Wednesday, Oct. 14 until Thursday, Oct. 29 at the Carroll County Election Commission Office in Suite 113 of the Carroll County Office Complex at 625 High Street in Huntingdon.

Hours available for early voting are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays (Oct. 17 & Oct. 24). The Election Commission Office will not be open on Sundays.

In order to vote early, voters must be able to show a state or federally issued photo identification card, unless they have an exemption.

Those wishing to vote by absentee mail-in ballot may send a written request to the Election Commission Office or call at (731) 986-1968 no later than Tuesday, Oct. 27.

The Nov. 3 ballot in Carroll County will include candidates for U.S. president, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, State Senate (District 24), State House (District 76), State House (District 79), Atwood Alderman, Bruceton Alderman At-Large, Hollow Rock Alderman, Huntingdon Mayor, Huntingdon Town Council, Trezevant Mayor, Trezevant Alderman, and Wards I, IV, and VI of the McKenzie City Council.

Ballots in Huntingdon will also include a referendum regarding the sale of alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption.

Local election information can also be found online at www.carrollcountytnelections.com.

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