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EARLY VOTING FOR NOVEMBER ELECTION SETS RECORDS

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Early voting for the November election is over in Tennessee, and as was expected, records were set. Over 1.5 million people voted early across the state. The final number in Cumberland County was 17,746, which beat the early voting record for the 2012 November election which had been 15, 327. The early voting final numbers in Roane County was 14,860. Those numbers reflect walk-ins, mail-ins and absentees. The stage is now set for the final act on Tuesday November 8th. For any questions concerning precinct information, call 931-484-4919 in Cumberland County and 865-376-3184 in Roane County.


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