The Dickson County Election Commission will begin the process of certifying the results of last week’s federal, state and municipal elections at its meeting Monday. Administrator of Elections Linda Medley said commissioners expect to review and verify over 55,000 pieces of paper in the certification process. The unofficial vote tallies for write-in candidates have been released with Martha Beth Harding getting 201 votes in her write-in campaign for the White Bluff Town Council and Brent Aulidge getting four votes in his write-in campaign for road commissioner in the 10th District. Harding finished fifth in the six-candidate field to fill two seats on the council, won by Dan Clark and Stephanie Murrell, who were sworn in Tuesday. Aulidge was the only candidate in a special election to fill the remaining two years on the road commission term. The election commission begins canvassing the election results at 5:30 pm Monday.