Tennessean to Host Candidate Debate for Franklin City Aldermen, Tuesday, September 19, 2017

AND More on the Election!

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Tennessean to Host Candidate Debate for Franklin City Aldermen, Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Franklin is dealing with important long-term issues related to growth such as sewer and roads that affect the health of the Harpeth River. Tune into the candidate forum, cast your vote on election day, and spread the word to encourage other people to vote in local elections! Most concerns that affect people’s daily lives are decided at the local level. 

Tennessean Candidate forum will be Sept. 19 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., inside the board room at Franklin City Hall, with The Tennessean's editorial editor David Plazas moderating. Questions will revolve around Franklin's growth, which is affecting the city's traffic, infrastructure and workforce housing. 
This event is free and open to the public. Register online.
Click HERE for more information.
What are the issues?
Whether its roads or sewer, Franklin will have to continue growing its infrastructure throughout the city to keep up with growth.Candidates starting answering some important questions like: What do you find to be the most important infrastructure in the City of Franklin and why? To find their answers click the link below:
Preparing for the City of Franklin's upcoming elections:
  • Not registered? You can still register until Sept 25.
  • Early voting is Oct 4-9.
  • Election day is TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24th.
  • Find out which of the four “wards” you are in by clicking HERE.
Franklin's Election day is TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24th