Registered voters in Washington County, TN as of March 5, 2024: 87,729

Voter Registration Deadline: July 2, 2024

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NOT SURE WHERE TO VOTE ON ELECTION DAY?

If you do not vote by mail, or during the early voting period, voters must cast their vote at their designated precinct on Election Day.  Maps are available by visiting our Precinct Information page and clicking on your precinct’s district number.

RESTORE VOTING RIGHTS

The Tennessee General Assembly has established conditions and procedures for restoring voting rights lost after conviction of various felonies.

PETITIONS THAT HAVE BEEN PICKED UP AND FILED IN YOUR COUNTY

Here, voters will find a list of potential candidates who have picked up and filed their petition to run on a ballot.  Voters can also see what offices will be on the ballot.

EARLY VOTING LOCATIONS for the AUGUST ELECTION

OLD JONESBOROUGH MIDDLE

308 Forest Dr
Jonesborough, TN 37659

July 12 – July 27, 2024
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm
Sat: 9am – 12, noon

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FREEDOM HALL

1320 Pactolas Rd
Johnson City, TN 37604

July 12 – July 27, 2024
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm
Sat: 9am – 12, noon

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JOHNSON CITY FIRE STATION #8

106 Gray Commons Cir,
Gray, TN 37615

July 12 – July 27, 2024
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm
Sat: 9am – 12, noon

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WASHINGTON COLLEGE ACADEMY

116 Doak Ln
Limestone, TN 37681

July 15 – July 20, 2024
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm
Sat: 9am – 12, noon

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COUNTY NEWS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

FROM: Mary Ellen Miller

maryellen@marketingmel.com

423-335-7267

June 19, 2024

Statement from Washington County Mayor Joe Grandy and Washington County Commission Chair Greg Matherly Regarding the Passing of Commissioner Suzy Williams

(Jonesborough, Tenn.)— “We were devastated to learn of the passing of our colleague and friend, Commissioner Suzy Williams,” said Washington County Mayor Joe Grandy. “All of us who worked with her in Washington County extend our deepest sympathies to the Williams family.”

Grandy and Commission Chair Greg Matherly issued a joint statement Wednesday, expressing their grief and condolences as well as fond memories of the third term commissioner.

“We are all suffering this loss and we extend our condolences to her husband Jack and the entire Williams family,” said Matherly. “Suzy served the community tirelessly, not only on the Washington County Commission but in numerous community boards and activities. In addition to her service as 9th district Washington County Commissioner, she was an active member of the Employee Compensation & Benefits, Ethics, Health, Education & Welfare committees, the County’s Communications Task Force, and served as county representative to the Johnson City Library Board.”

Williams was a former member of the Johnson City School Board. She was active in the Washington-Unicoi-Johnson County Medical Alliance and the Junior League. She and her husband Jack were founders of the conservative, Westminster Presbyterian Church. Suzy was a native of Erwin, Tennessee and became a Washington County citizen in 1970 when her husband joined Appalachian Orthopedics.

Williams was a proud graduate of the University of Tennessee and constant champion of the heritage of East Tennessee and American Patriotism.

Williams shared her love for both the city and county and her desire to see them work together on her county web page:

“I would like to see a real appreciation between city and county citizens for the common accomplishments we share,” Williams said on her Washington County web page biography.

Photo Caption: Washington County Commissioner Suzy Williams was serving her third term as a County Commissioner. She represented District 9, the historic Gump Addition neighborhood of Johnson City

OFFICE CLOSURES 2024

(updated June 7, 2024)

Wed, June 19 – Juneteenth

Thurs & Fri, July 4 & 5 – Independence Day

Mon, Sept 2 – Labor Day

Thurs & Fri, Oct 3 & 4 – National Storytelling Festival

Mon, Nov 11 – Veterans Day

Thurs & Fri, Nov 28 & 29 – Thanksgiving

Tues & Wed, Dec 24 & 25 – Christmas

Tues & Wed, Dec 31 & Jan 1 – New Years

 

 

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