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Final week of early voting for Aug. 4 election. Click here for when and where you can vote.

This is the final week if you plan to early vote for the upcoming August 4 general election and state / federal primaries. The final day for early voting is Saturday, July 30.

An additional 352 voters went to the polls on Friday, July 22, bringing the total of early votes cast to 2,641. Of those, 1,146 are rural county voters, 955 are Tullahoma voters and 540 are from Manchester. This makes about 7.5 percent of registered voters who have voted early.

Monday, July 18 has been the heaviest day of early voting so far, with 535 total votes cast on that day.

Those interested in voting early still have multiple opportunities to do so.

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Early voting in Manchester is at the Coffee County Election Commission, located at 1329 McArthur St. Suite 6. Hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8:30 to noon on Saturdays through July 30.

Meanwhile, in Tullahoma early voting is at the CD Stamps Center at 810 South Jackson St. Hours are 9a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays through July 30.

If you do not vote early, you may vote at your assigned precinct on August 4.

“Coffee County voters need to be aware that the August ballot is longer than we normally see and will take additional time to complete,” said Coffee County Elections Administrator Andy Farrar. “In this election you’ll have the opportunity to choose which candidates will advance to the general election in November, to retain or replace judges and elect Circuit and General Session Court Judges, District Attorney, Public Defender, County Mayor, County Commissioners, Sheriff, County Clerk, Register of Deeds, Trustee, Circuit Court Clerk, Road Superintendent, Road Commissioners, School Board, Constables, Manchester City Mayor, Alderman and School Board, City of Tullahoma Alderman and School Board .”

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Coffee County voters are encouraged to review their sample ballot before they head to the polls. Reviewing your ballot and deciding how you will vote can reduce your time at the polls.

“With the longer ballot in this election, I encourage Coffee County voters to make your voice heard during our state’s generous early voting period,” said Secretary of State Tre Hargett.  “Casting your ballot early and reviewing your ballot before you go can reduce the amount of time it takes to vote.”

CLICK HERE to see a full sample ballot for the Aug. 4 election.

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story attributed Friday’s vote totals to Saturday, July 23. That has been corrected. We apologize for the error.

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