Aug. 4, 2022
Today is the big day. I would sincerely appreciate your vote for reelection. Please vote.
If you have not yet voted, please take advantage of this opportunity to elect individuals whose decisions will have a significant and direct impact on our community.
According to the Early Vote numbers, many in Nashville have not taken advantage of this opportunity to vote in these state and federal primaries and county general elections. There are 484,814 total voters (active and inactive) in Metro Davidson County. Only 33,755 (or 6.96%) of that total has voted early. (See, nashville.gov). Nashville, we can do much better than this. You have until 7:00pm to vote, so please vote and encourage your coworkers and family to vote as well.
THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE HEADING TO THE POLLS:
Due to decennial redistricting, a lot has changed in Davidson County. Your polling location may have changed. Click here to double-check your voting location.
Your residence is may be located in a new political district for state and federal primary elections. To learn the district in which you reside, click here.
For more Davidson County election information, please visit this site.
Those of your residing outside of Davidson County can obtain more information here.
For those who would like to follow the election results statewide, results will be posted here.
ALWAYS HERE TO HELPJust because some of you now reside outside of House District 55 does not mean that I am unable to continue serving you. Constituent service is very important to me, as are all of you. If you or your family and friends need assistance, please do not hesitate to call on me. I am here to help and serve.
THANK YOU, FRIENDSSeveral of our longtime community leaders are not on today’s ballot for the first time in a while. I would like to again extend my sincere appreciation to Sen. Brenda Gilmore, Rep. Mike Stewart, Rep. Jason Hodges, Rep. Jason Potts, and U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper for their service to our city and state.