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Informational meeting held at town hall

Scott and Sylvia Cochran, promoters of the Smoky Mountain Rumble biker rally set to take place in downtown Franklin this August, visited Town Hall last Thursday, Feb. 23, to discuss their promotion of the event and what residents and local business leaders can expect when a barrage of motorcycles roll into town on August 17. “We’re here to put heads into beds and bring revenue to the Town of Franklin,” said Sylvia Cochran, before the pair opened the floor up for questions.

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Party leaders seek to clarify roles for election season.

On Tuesday, March 6, the Macon County Democratic Party will hold its annual precinct meetings.

All meetings are free and open to any registered Democrat residing in the precinct.

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Penland named chairman as commissioners appoint planning board members

The filing period for this election season ended yesterday, and the race for three county commission seats are set. Republican commissioner Jimmy Tate, district one, will be facing challenger Steve Higdon in the primary this May. The primary race between the two candidates will determine who will be the representative of district one for the next four years, as no Democratic challenger filed to contend for the unexpired term.

Chairman of the board and district two representative, Kevin Corbin, will be squaring off against Republican challenger Vic Drummond on the May primary ballot. Like the district one race, the winner of the district two primary race will hold the commission seat for the next four years, as no Democrat filed to compete in the race. Drummond filed to run on the last filing day on Feb. 29.

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I am registered unaffiliated. May I vote in a primary election?

Yes.

Can Unaffiliated voters vote in any Party primary?

The Democrat and Republican parties allow unaffiliated voters to vote in their Party Primary Elections. The Unaffiliated Voter may choose one party's ballot or they may choose to vote a Non-Partisan Ballot. Voting a party ballot will not change the voter’s party affiliation.

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