The Dickson County Election Commission has issued a sample ballot showing races in the various precincts, as early voting is set to begin Wednesday, Oct. 14 for the Nov. 3 election.
Local voters will help decide who wins:
The presidential contest, with incumbent Republican Donald Trump, Democrat Joe Biden and a slew of independent candidates on the ballot.
The U.S. Senate race, featuring Republican Bill Hagerty, Democrat Marquita Bradshaw and many independents vying for the open seat.
Some Dickson County residents of the 78th District of the Tennessee House of Representatives will be choosing between Republican incumbent Mary Littleton of Dickson and Ashland City Democrat Holly Spann.
The county residents living in the 69th District will pick between incumbent Republican Michael Curcio of Dickson and Democrat Eddie Johnson of Bon Aqua.
No Republican or independent qualified on the ballot to challenge incumbent Democrat Jim Cooper for the House of Representatives seat that covers Nashville, Dickson County and most of Cheatham County.
Dickson County voters will pick a sheriff from among Jeff Alexander, Tim Eads, Jerone Holt, Kenneth McCallister and Jeremy Wall. The winner will fill out the term of Jeff Bledsoe, who left in July to head up the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association.
Municipal elections will be held in Burns, Slayden, Vanleer and White Bluff.
DICKSON COUNTY EARLY VOTING
When: Oct. 14-29
Where: Dickson County Election Commission office in Charlotte and the Dickson County Public Library in Dickson
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Saturday, 8-11 a.m.