Early voting for he Nov. 3 General Election begins today — Oct. 14 — and runs through Oct. 29.
Registered Anderson County voters may cast ballots at one of three locations from Oct. 14 through Oct. 29:
• The Anderson County Fair Association Building, 218 Nave St., Clinton;
• Midtown Community Center, (Wildcat Den), 102 Roberstville Road, Oak Ridge;
• Anderson Crossing Shopping Center, 3310 Andersonville Highway, Andersonville.
Hours for early voting are from 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Monday–Friday and 9 a.m.–noon on Saturday.
The Nov. 3 General Election includes the ballot for president of the United States and Tennesseans will also elect a United States Senator.
In races inside Anderson County, Norris voters will be asked to select five of six candidates for Norris City Council.
In the Ward 6 Alderman race in Oliver Springs voters may pick between James W. Brummette or William E. Jackson. That is the only contested race in Oliver Springs.
With only two qualified candidates running for Rocky Top City Hall seats, a third person has made her intentions known to run as a write-in candidate, Katie Styles.
There are no contested races within the City of Clinton for Board of Education or City Council seats. There is, however, vote to permit — or nor permit — retail package stores to acholic beverages on the ballot.