Most Active Stories
- Poll Shows Major Support for Medical Marijuana in Kentucky
- Boating Accident on Kentucky Lake Kills Fisherman
- MSU's Dunn Selected to be Youngstown State's Next President
- Recurring Trials for an Iranian Family – A Microcosm of the Persecution of the Baha’is in Iran
- TVA Eyes Closing Power Units at Shawnee Fossil Plant, Other Coal Facilities
Mon July 23, 2012
Montgomery County in Need of Poll Workers
Montgomery County, Tennessee officials say they are in need of additional citizens to work at polling places.
Five new precincts have been added to the county due to population growth in recent years, bringing the total number of precincts to 29. A recent string of cancelations have left the county looking for additional volunteers to fill approximately 20 spots. The state primary and county general elections are scheduled to be held Thursday, August 2nd.