One way or the other, voters weigh in for Election Day Nov. 3
Voters across the country, who have not already taken advantage of early voting or voting by mail will still have the opportunity to cast their ballot through the more traditional method of going to the polls Nov. 3.
In Kentucky, polls will be open Election Day, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Fulton Independent High School, Cayce Fire Department and the Fulton County Office Building in Hickman.
Early in-person voting is still available Oct. 28 at Fulton City Hall, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and Oct. 31 at Fulton County Office Building in Hickman, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Presidential candidates include Republican Donald J. Trump and his Vice-Presidential running mate Michael R. Pence; Democrat Joseph R. Biden and running mate, Kamala D. Harris; Libertarian candidate Jo Jorgensen and running mate Jeremy “Spike” Cohen; and Independent candidates Kanye West and running mate Michelle Tidball, and Brock Pierce and running mate Karla Ballard.
For Kentucky’s United States Senator, candidates are Republican Mitch McConnell, Democrat Amy McGrath and Libertarian Brad Barron.
In the United States Representative in Congress, 1st Congressional District of Kentucky, candidates listed are Republican James R. Comer and Democrat James Rhodes.
In Kentucky’s 1st Senatorial District State Senator’s race, Jason G. Howell, a Republican, is the only candidate listed on the ballot.
In Kentucky’s race for Judge of the Court of Appeals, 1st Appellate District, 1st Division, unexpired term, candidates listed include Chris McNeill and Jenny Hines.
For Fulton County Board of Education, 3rd Educational District, Perry E. Turner is listed on the ballot and for the 5th Educational District Brian Emmons is listed on the ballot.
For the Fulton Independent Board of Education Debbie Vaughn and Bill Robertson are the only two candidates listed for two positions.
Voters in the city of Fulton may vote for up to four candidates for City Commissioner, from a field of four candidates, Jeff Vaughn, Martha Poe Vowell, Elaine Forrester and Darcy L. Linn.
Voters in the city of Hickman may vote for up to for candidates for City Commissioner, from a field of three candidates, Rob Hitesman, Robert Griggs and John Wiley Gannon.
Two Constitutional Amendment questions will be included for voters’ choice, to vote yes or no.
The Constitutional Amendment 1 asks “Are you in favor of creating a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky relating to crime victims, as proposed in Section 2?” with information in Section 2 listed in its entirety on the ballot; and Constitutional Amendment 2, section 1, asks “Are you in favor of changing the term of Commonwealth’s Attorneys from six year terms to eight year terms beginning in 2030, changing the terms of judges of the district court from four year terms to eight year terms beginning in 2022, and requiring district judges to have been licensed attorneys for at least eight years beginning in 2022, by amending the Constitution of Kentucky?” as it reads in section 2, 3 and 4, listed in its entirety on the ballot. Early voting began in Obion County Oct. 14-29, in the Obion County Election Commission office, 308 Bill Burnett Circle in Union City, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. those dates. On Election Day, South Fulton voters may vote by accessing the rear entrance of the South Fulton Municipal Complex in the Harvey Vick Community Room.
For Tennessee voters, in South Fulton, votes will be cast for President and Vice President, Trump and Pence, BIden and Harris, Don Blankenship and William Mohr, Independents, Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente and Darcy G. Richardson, Independents, Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker, Independents, Alyson Kennedy and Malcolm, Independents, Gloria La Riva and Sunil Freeman, Independents, or Kanye West and Michelle Tidball, Independents.
For U.S. Senate, candidates listed on the ballot include Republican Bill Hagerty, Democrat Marquita Bradshaw, and Independents Yomi “Fapas” Faparusi, Sr., Jeffrey Alan Grunau, Ronnie Hanley, G. Dean Hill, Steven J. Hooper, Aaron James, Elizabeth McLeod, Kacey Morgan and Eric William Stansberry.
U.S. House of Representatives, District 8 candidates listed on the ballot include Republican David Kustoff, Democrat Erika Stotts Pearson, and Independents Jon Dillard and James Hart.
Tennessee Senate District 24 candidates listed include Republican John D. Stevens and Independent Yahweh Yahweh. State House of Representative for District 76 candidates are Tandy Darby, Republican and Jeffery T. Washburn, Independent. Tennessee House of Representatives District 77, Rusty Grills, a Republican, is the only candidate listed.
In South Fulton, one candidate, David Lamb, is listed on the ballot for the Mayor’s race; Beatrice Wilcox is the only candidate listed on the ballot for the Ward One Commissioner race; and Cody Caksackkar is the only candidate listed on the ballot for the Commissioner’s race in Ward 4.
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