There was no last-minute rush to the polls as early voting for the Dickson municipal election ended quietly Saturday. Only 13 ballots were cast on each of the last two days of the two-week early period, meaning a total of 134 early and absentee votes were cast in the four races for seats on the Dickson City Council. That represents about 1.5 percent of the registered voters in the city of Dickson. Election day is Thursday and polls will be open 7 am-7 pm in each of the city’s four wards. Voters in the First Ward will vote at First Baptist Church on Highway 70 East. Second Ward ballots are cast at Restoration Church on Henslee Drive. Third Ward voters will head to the Dickson Senior Citizens Center on West Walnut Street. And voters in the Fourth Ward cast ballots at Pomona Baptist Church on Pomona Road. Only the Fourth Ward has a contested race for the four-year term on the city council. Incumbent Mike Outlaw is seeking his second term and is challenged by former Councilman Robert Blue, who served a total of 36 years on the council before losing his seat in 2007 and losing re-election bids in 2009 and 2011. In the First Ward, Vice Mayor Mike Legg is unopposed in seeking his seventh term on the council. Joey Turbeville is unopposed in seeking his first full council term after being appointed in January 2012 following Richard Arnold’s resignation. Jon “Bird” Armstrong is unopposed in his race for a second term in the Third Ward. The Dickson County Election Office will be announcing the results of the election at Dickson City Hall following the closing of the polls Thursday. The winners of the election will begin their new terms Oct. 7.