Jackson Countians will go to the polls Tuesday to cast their vote for president, as well as decide several state races and local issues.
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Polls at precincts across the county will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. A large turnout is expected.
Already, some 45 percent, 14,600 people, have voted in Jackson County under the early voting and absentee systems.
In addition to voting for president, voters will also decide the United States Senate seat held by Saxby Chambliss (R) who is facing Democrat challenger Jim Martin, and United States Representative District 10, where incumbent Paul Broun (R) will face Nicholson resident Bobby Saxon (D).
As for state races, State Senate District 47 incumbent Ralph Hudgens (R) will face Democrat Tim Riley.
The only county races will be for board seats on the Arcade and West Jackson fire departments.
In the Post 1 seat on the Arcade Fire Department, incumbent Dennis Bullock will face challenger Stephen Holland. In Post 2, incumbent Doug Martin will face Travis Bennett.
In the Post 5 seat on the West Jackson Fire Department, incumbent Elizabeth Ash will face challenger James Henderson.
County voters will also be asked to approve or deny a proposed homestead exemption for the Jackson County School System, as well as the Commerce and Jefferson city school systems. The exemption for those age 65 and older would be increased from $20,000 to $40,000.