WillCo Seal in Franklin

The Williamson County seal as it appears in the meeting place of the County Commission in Franklin.

This story was edited live as results were released.

(UPDATE) 9 a.m., Nov. 4

At 4:32 a.m. on November 4, the Williamson County Election Commission released the total vote tally, including early, Election Day, absentee and nursing home voting numbers.

President

Donald Trump and Michael Pence, Republican / 86,469 votes

Joseph Biden and Kamala Harris, Democratic / 50,161 votes

Don Blankenship and William Mohr, Independent / 276 votes

Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente and Darcy Richardson, Independent / 88 votes

Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker, Green / 116 votes

Jo Jorgensen and Jeremy "Spike" Cohen, Libertarian / 1,494 votes

Alyson Kennedy and Malcolm Jarrett, Independent / 37 votes

Gloria La Riva and Sunil Freeman, Independent / 37 votes

Kanye West and Michelle Tidball, Independent / 257 votes

Jade Simmons, Write-in / 2

United States Senate

*Bill Hagerty, Republican / 91,155 votes

Marquita Bradshaw, Democratic / 43,432 votes

Yomi "Fapas" Faparusi Sr., Independent / 655 votes

Jeffrey Alan Grunau, Independent / 139 votes

Ronnie Henley, Independent / 240 votes

G. Dean Hill, Independent / 133 votes

Steven Hooper, Independent / 295 votes

Aaron James, Independent / 168 votes

Elizabeth McLeod, Independent / 1,315 votes

Kacey Morgan, Independent / 104 votes

Eric William Stansberry, Independent / 30 votes

United States House of Representatives, District 7

*Mark Green, Republican / 91,920 votes

Kiran Sreepada, Democratic / 42,286 votes

Ronald Brown, Independent / 1,997 votes

Scott Anthony Vieira Jr, Independent / 663 votes

Tennessee House of Representatives, District 61

*Brandon Ogles, Republican / 27,440 votes

Sam Bledsoe, Democratic / 14,618 votes

Tennessee House of Representatives, District 63

*Glen Casada, Republican / 33,360 votes

Elizabeth Madeira, Democratic / 18,088 votes

Bradley Fiscus, Independent / 4,494 votes

Tennessee House of Representatives, District 65

*Sam Whitson, Republican / 26,616 votes

Jenn Foley, Democratic / 12,488 votes

City of Fairview Commissioner (voters selected three)

*Lisa Anderson / 2,575 votes

Derek Burks / 1,701 votes

*Brandon Butler / 2,423 votes

*Scott Lucas / 1,727 votes

Christopher McDonald / 927 votes

Debby Rainey / 1,160

City of Fairview Commissioner (voters selected one)

*Rod Dawson / 2,097 votes

Gregory DeWire / 1,766 votes

Thompson's Station Alderman (voters selected two)

Lauren Gaudioso / 1,660 votes

*Brian Stover / 1,970 votes

Rebecca Watson / 1,834 votes

*Andrew Zinn / 1,887 votes

(UPDATE) 10:04 p.m., Nov. 3

The results for all 25 voting centers in Williamson County are in, with previous leads holding steady.

Absentee ballots and nursing home votes are still being processed, and are likely to come in past midnight.

All three Republican state representatives won their respective races. Thompson's Station voters re-elected Vice Mayor Brian Stover, and added Andrew Zinn to the town's Board of Mayor and Aldermen.

All results are unofficial until certified by the Williamson County Election Commission. The asterisk (*) indicates the candidate who won their respective race.

President

Donald Trump and Michael Pence, Republican / 81,726 votes

Joseph Biden and Kamala Harris, Democratic / 43,140 votes

Don Blankenship and William Mohr, Independent / 254 votes

Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente and Darcy Richardson, Independent / 80 votes

Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker, Green / 108 votes

Jo Jorgensen and Jeremy "Spike" Cohen, Libertarian / 1,391 votes

Alyson Kennedy and Malcolm Jarrett, Independent / 33 votes

Gloria La Riva and Sunil Freeman, Independent / 29 votes

Kanye West and Michelle Tidball, Independent / 236 votes

United States Senate

*Bill Hagerty, Republican / 85,842 votes

Marquita Bradshaw, Democratic / 37,292 votes

Yomi "Fapas" Faparusi Sr., Independent / 577 votes

Jeffrey Alan Grunau, Independent / 128 votes

Ronnie Henley, Independent / 224 votes

G. Dean Hill, Independent / 123 votes

Steven Hooper, Independent / 286 votes

Aaron James, Independent / 154 votes

Elizabeth McLeod, Independent / 1,260 votes

Kacey Morgan, Independent / 92 votes

Eric William Stansberry, Independent / 18 votes

United States House of Representatives, District 7

*Mark Green, Republican / 86,733 votes

Kiran Sreepada, Democratic / 36,463 votes

Ronald Brown, Independent / 1,843 votes

Scott Anthony Vieira Jr, Independent / 629 votes

Tennessee House of Representatives, District 61

*Brandon Ogles, Republican / 25,422 votes

Sam Bledsoe, Democratic / 11,848 votes

Tennessee House of Representatives, District 63

*Glen Casada, Republican / 31,798 votes

Elizabeth Madeira, Democratic / 15,944 votes

Bradley Fiscus, Independent / 4,152 votes

Tennessee House of Representatives, District 65

*Sam Whitson, Republican / 25,408 votes

Jenn Foley, Democratic / 11,097 votes

City of Fairview Commissioner (voters will select three)

*Lisa Anderson / 2,493 votes

Derek Burks / 1,646 votes

*Brandon Butler / 2,360 votes

*Scott Lucas/ 1,665 votes

Christopher McDonald / 894 votes

Debby Rainey / 1,080

City of Fairview Commissioner (voters will select one)

*Rod Dawson / 2,040 votes

Gregory DeWire / 1,707 votes

Thompson's Station Alderman (voters will select two)

Lauren Gaudioso / 1,577 votes

*Brian Stover / 1,874 votes

Rebecca Watson / 1,746 votes

*Andrew Zinn / 1,817 votes

(UPDATE) 9:50 p.m., Nov. 3

With 24 out of 25 polling centers reporting, plus early voting, Republicans appear to have swept Williamson County. Additionally, Vice Mayor Brian Stover and Andrew Zinn have taken the lead in the alderman race in Thompson's Station.

Tennessee District 61

Brandon Ogles, Republican / 25,092 votes

Sam Bledsoe, Democratic / 11,721 votes

Tennessee District 63

Glen Casada, Republican / 31,597 votes

Elizabeth Madeira, Democratic / 15,880 votes

Bradley Fiscus, Independent / 4,128 votes

Tennessee District 65

Sam Whitson, Republican / 24,633 votes

Jenn Foley, Democratic / 10,850 votes

Town of Thompson's Station Alderman

Lauren Gaudioso / 1,547 votes

Brian Stover / 1,852 votes

Rebecca Watson / 1,716 votes

Andrew Zinn / 1,784 votes

(UPDATE) 9:39 p.m., Nov. 3

A total of 120,569 votes have been tallied in Williamson County, which includes all early voting numbers plus 12 of 25 voting centers.

With around 85% of the vote tallied (not including mail-in ballots or nursing homes), all three Republican state representatives maintain their strong lead in their respective races.

Additionally, the alderman race in the town of Thompson's Station remains close.

Tennessee District 61

Brandon Ogles, Republican / 23,094 votes

Sam Bledsoe, Democratic / 11,139 votes

Tennessee District 63

Glen Casada, Republican / 30,937 votes

Elizabeth Madeira, Democratic / 15,660 votes

Bradley Fiscus, Independent / 3,975 votes

Tennessee District 65

Sam Whitson, Republican / 23,131 votes

Jenn Foley, Democratic / 10,377 votes

Town of Thompson's Station Alderman

Lauren Gaudioso / 1,538 votes

Brian Stover / 1,843 votes

Rebecca Watson / 1,711 votes

Andrew Zinn / 1,772 votes

(UPDATE) 9:24 p.m., Nov. 3

The complete tally for early voting numbers in Williamson County is in, and the three Republican incumbent Tennessee House candidates have maintained their strong leads.

State Rep. Brandon Ogles scored 21,988 early votes against Democratic state House candidate Sam Bledsoe's 10,830.

State Rep. Glen Casada scored 27,155 early votes against Democratic state House candidate Elizabeth Madeira's 14,590, and Independent state House candidate Brad Fiscus' 3,507.

State Rep. Sam Whitson scored 21,201 early votes against Democratic state House candidate Jenn Foley's 9,775.

Election Day votes have yet to be reported.

(UPDATE) 8:36 p.m., Nov. 3

Partial early voting results have been released that show President Donald Trump was favored in Williamson more than Joe Biden by almost 2:1. Of just over 97,000 of the total early vote count of 122,271, 61,323 votes went towards Trump, and 33,978 towards Biden.

State Rep. Brandon Ogles holds a comfortable lead over his Democratic opponent Sam Bledsoe, with vote counts of 20,346 and 10,078, respectively.

State Rep. Glen Casada also holds a solid lead over his two opponents; Democratic candidate Elizabeth Madiera and Independent Brad Fiscus. So far, Casada has 25,457 votes over Madeira's 13,645 and Fiscus' 3,272.

State Rep. Sam Whitson holds more than double the vote count of his Democratic opponent Jenn Foley, with Whitson holding 15,828 votes and Foley 7,046.

The town of Thompson's Station, which will elect two new aldermen, shows a tight race. With only partial early results in, incumbent Brian Stover and Rebecca Watson hold a slight lead against their opponents.

(UPDATE) 8:18 p.m., Nov. 3

The Associated Press has called the race for Tennessee's 7th Congressional District for Republican Mark Green.

"Our biggest focus is going to be to try to get the Democrats to work with us on rural health care," Green told the Home Page.

"I worked in the business that served rural hospitals; I know how to save them, I know what we've got to do, we just have to get Nancy Pelosi to let us do it. I've got two really strong bills that help save rural hospitals - both jobs and the health care in those communities - and she hasn't allowed them to be heard."

(UPDATE) 7:38 p.m., Nov. 3

Williamson County has received around 12,000 absentee ballots, shattering the previous record of around 2,700.

An estimated 17,000 Williamson County voters came out to the vote Tuesday. In total, 140,268 ballots were cast in this election, making the voter turnout rate around 84%. The 2016 election saw 108,192 votes in Williamson County for an a 72.13% voter turnout rate.

(UPDATE) 7:34 p.m., Nov. 3

A member of the Williamson County Election Commission relayed that the early voting results will likely come in around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday night.

7:16 p.m., Nov. 3

While the Williamson County Election Commission is still tallying up both early voting and Election Day results, the Associated Press has reported Tennessee's race for U.S. Senate as a win for for Republican Bill Hagerty.

Hagerty Victory Party

Republican Senate-elect Bill Hagerty celebrates his victory Tuesday at the Hilton Hotel in Franklin.

The Associated Press also called the presidential race in Tennessee for President Donald Trump, netting the Republican incumbent the state's 11 electoral votes.

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