Citizens in Knox County will have the opportunity to early vote from today (July 18, 2014) through Saturday, August 2, 2014. And if you only ever vote in the presidential elections (or not at all), you are REALLY missing out. Local elections like these arguably have some of the largest impacts on your life.
How will that divorce / order of protection / injury case you or someone you know turn out? Will that criminal down the street get punished, or will that falsely-accused friend of yours get acquitted of charges? Will the city / county / state representatives do you proud and make this state a better place to live? These considerations (and FAR more) will be affected by how the citizens of Knox County vote (or fail to vote) in these local elections – don’t miss your chance to have your say.
To learn more about the Knox County Elections, click here to go to http://www.knoxcounty.org/election/. Or, if you want to know the Early Voting Schedule and where you can vote, click here. You can click here if you would like to see a list of the offices on the ballot, but if you want to see a sample ballot for who is running, click here.
So remember to early vote or, if you can’t get to a early voting location, then remember to vote on August 7, 2014. These decisions will affect you and/or people you know if the future, so you should have your say.
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