Tomorrow is election day in the city of Dickson. 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; voters in the Second Ward will cast ballots at Restoration Church on Henslee Drive; Third Ward residents will vote at the Dickson Senior Citizens Center on West Walnut Street; and Fourth Ward ballots are cast at Pomona Baptist Church on Pomona Road. Voters will be choosing a member of the city council to serve a four-year term. In the First Ward, Vice Mayor Mike Legg is unopposed in his bid for a seventh term on the council. At 24 years, Legg, a realtor and accountant, is the longest tenured member of the council. In the Second Ward, Joey Turbeville is unopposed in seeking his first full term. Turbeville was appointed in January 2012 to complete the term of Richard Arnold, who resigned in November 2011. Realtor and auctioneer Jon “Bird” Armstrong is unopposed in his bid for a second term in the Third Ward. Armstrong defeated incumbent Marvin Corlew in 2009. The only contested race is in the Fourth Ward, where incumbent Mike Outlaw is challenged by former Councilman Robert Blue. Outlaw unseated incumbent Jimmy Jennings in 2009 for his first term. Blue served on the council for a total of 36 years before losing his seat in 2007. He also mounted unsuccessful campaigns in 2009 and 2011. With only the one opposed race, voter interest has been extremely light with just 134 early and absentee ballots cast, compared to over 500 in both of the city’s last two elections. The Dickson County Election Commission will be announcing the results of Thursday’s municipal election at Dickson City Hall after the polls close at 7 pm.