Madison Co. voters continue to take advantage of early voting
MADISON COUNTY, Tenn. — More than 700 early ballots were counted Wednesday in Madison County as early voting for the Nov. 4 election continues across the state. The Madison County Election Commission says 746 people cast ballots Wednesday. Residents head to the polls to vote for governor and several state constitutional amendments, such as Amendment One, or the “abortion amendment.” Election officials say the first week of early voting is going smoothly. “Everything has gone great during this election period,” said Kim Buckley with the Madison County Election Commission. “I think today is going to be one of our biggest days of all.” Since early voting started Oct. 15, more than 4,000 people have voted. Early voting continues until Oct. 30. Election day is Nov. 4.