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Clarksville-Montgomery County voters turn out for Election 2012


Election 2012Clarksville TN-Voters are turning out in steady numbers all across Clarksville-Montgomery County today as America votes in the 2012 Presidential Election.  Montgomery County Election Commission officials say there have been no reports of major voting problems at any of their polling locations.

Clarksville Online had visited several locations throughout the morning and the number of people who had voted varied from each location.

Voters at Cumberland Heights Elementary School

Voters at Cumberland Heights Elementary School

Clarksville Online reminds voters that polls remain open until 7:00pm.  Be sure to cast your vote.  If you’re not certain where you vote, contact the Montgomery-County Election Commission at 931-648-5707.

Some early reports

  • Smith Elementary School had 107 voters by 9:45am.
  • Madison Street United Methodist Church had 100 voters by 10:15am
  • Wilma Rudolph Events Center had 350 voters by 10:30am
  • Cumberland Heights Elementary School had 380 voters by 10:40am
  • Byrns Darden Elementary School had 386 voters by 11:15am
  • New Providence United Methodist Church had 508 voters by 1:15pm

Precinct Captains report sporadic problems reaching Election Commission Headquarters because of the heavy call load.  A few voters have reported to the wrong polling location.  Some voters were not registered.  A significant number of first-time voters have been coming out to vote.

Photo Gallery

Images from polling stations in Montgomery County, 2012.


About Hank Bonecutter

    Hank Bonecutter

    Hank Bonecutter is a forty year broadcast veteran and former radio station owner. His career included, talk-show host, journalist, writer, and producer.  He is president of Bonehead Promotions, an advertising consulting and media firm. He is the owner of and, and is a contributing author/journalist for Clarksville Online.

    Hank worked at several Nashville radio stations, including WKDF, WLAC, WKQB and WKDA.

    He hosted and produced Clarksville’s longest running morning talk-show, “The Bone Show,” from 1994-2012.

    Hank is also a stand-up comedian, having performed at some of the top comedy clubs in Tennessee, Kentucky and Georgia.

    Hank produced a series of stand-up comedy shows, “Comedy on the Cumberland, ” in Clarksville to benefit local charities.

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