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This is the last week to early vote in Nashville's mayoral election

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Posted at 11:40 AM, Sep 02, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-02 12:40:24-04

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Early voting for Nashville's mayoral runoff concludes this week.

Mayor David Briley and Councilman John Cooper will face off on September 12. In the August 2 election, Cooper came out on top with 36% of the votes, while Briley came in second at 26%.

Polling locations officially close for early voting this Saturday, September 7.

Voters can also cast their ballot for one of the eight candidates running for at-large seats on Metro Council.

Where to early vote:

Today's early voting begins at the Howard Office Building in Nashville. All other locations will open on August 30.

Click here to view full list of locations

Last week, both candidates sparred during their first televised debate. More than 102,000 people voted in the first election, which made up 24 percent of eligible voters in Nashville.

The runoff election will cost the city $675,000, according to the Davidson County elections administrator.