Thursday is Election Day for the city of Spring Hill, and residents are close to naming their new board of mayor and aldermen members.
Five of the board’s nine seats are up for election this year, and the citizens of Spring Hill will choose a new mayor along with four ward aldermen.
Current Mayor Rick Graham will exit his seat following the election, and residents will elect either Alderman Vincent Fuqua or Jim Hagaman for a four-year mayoral term.
Additionally, citizens will choose an alderman for each city ward. Running in Ward 1 are Jason Cox and Lee Elder; in Ward 2, William Pomeroy; in Ward 3, incumbent Kevin Gavigan, Brent Murray and Angela Privett; and in Ward 4, Trent Linville.
The early voting period for the election wrapped on Saturday, April 3, bringing in just over 1,500 votes, nearly the number of total votes from the previous Spring Hill election in 2019.
Registered voters still have the opportunity to cast their ballot on Thursday in their assigned voter precincts from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The voting locations are listed below.
Spring Hill: Winchester Community Center at 563 Maury Hill Street (city voters from the Maury precincts Rally Hill and Spring Hill Middle School will also vote at the Community Center)
Neapolis: Spring Hill High School at One Raider Lane
Northfield: Northfield Training Center at 5000 Northfield Lane, #400
Longview: Longview Recreation Center at 2909 Commonwealth Drive (city voters from the Williamson precincts 3-1, 3-2 and 3-3 will vote at the Longview Recreation Center)
Heritage: Heritage Elementary School at 4801 Columbia Pike in Thompson’s Station (city voters from the Williamson precincts 1-5 and 2-2 will vote at the Elementary School)
To learn more about the Spring Hill election, including voting precinct maps, visit MauryCounty-TN.gov/227/Election-Commission.