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Municipal Election

Municipal election information for the 2021 City of Clinton municipal election. Primaries, general election, candidates and polling locations.

Municipal General Election Debate
May 10, 11, & 13

The League of Women Voters is providing voter education once again for the Clinton community in the upcoming General Election and the Clinton Chamber of Commerce is joining us as a partner. Our goal is to help citizens make informed choices when they go to the polls on June 8 as they choose the leaders for our city. Representatives of the League and the Chamber are responsible for compiling the questions, which will address topics of concern to voters such as public safety and economic development. Randy Bell has agreed to serve as moderator.

The debates will be live-streamed and continue to be posted on the City of Clinton Facebook page. Each debate will be available the next day on this webpage.

Monday, May 10

11:00 am              Mayoral Debate: Phil Fisher and Greg Cronin
2:00 pm               Alderman-at-large: Ricki Garrett and Darrel McQuirter
3:00 pm               Ward 2: Lennie Little and Jim Martin
4:00 pm               Ward 1: Karen Godfrey and Marion Robinson

Tuesday, May 11              
3:00 pm               Ward 3: Lashanda Alexander and William (Bill) O. Barnett
4:00 pm               Ward 4: James E. Warren and Chip Wilbanks

Thursday, May 13
3:00 pm               Ward 5: Dennis J. Ayers and Beverly Oliver

City of Clinton General Election

June 8, 2021

Greg Cronin (I)
Phil Fisher (R) 

Ricki Garrett (R)
Darrel McQuirter (D)

Alderwoman Ward 1
Karen Godfrey (R)
Marion Robinson (D)

Alderman Ward 2
Lennie Little (D)
Jim Martin (R)

Alderperson Ward 3
Lashanda Alexander (D)
William (Bill) O. Barnett (R)

Alderman Ward 4
James E. Warren (D)
Chip Wilbanks (R)

Alderman Ward 5
Dennis J. Ayers (D)
Beverly Oliver (R)

Alderman Ward 6
James Lott (D)




April 27, 2021 - Absentee ballots for the General Election are available at the Municipal Clerk's office at 530 Brighton Park Drive.  


May 8, 2021 - Voter Registration: The Municipal Clerk’s Office will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. for voter registration ONLY for the Municipal General Election to be held June 8, 2021.

May 10, 2021 – General Election Voter Registration Deadline: Applicants who register in-person in the Circuit or Municipal Clerk’s Office today and those who mail registration applications postmarked no later than today are eligible to vote in the June 8, 2021 General Election.

May 29, 2021 - Absentee Voting (For the General Election to be held June 8, 2021): The Municipal Clerk’s Office will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. for absentee voting.


June 5, 2021 – Deadline for Absentee Voting (For the General Election to be held June 8, 2021): The Municipal Clerk’s Office will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. for absentee voting.

June 8, 2021 - GENERAL ELECTION DAY: Polling places will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.

Absentee Ballots

Absentee ballots will be available in the Municipal Clerk’s Office beginning April 27, 2021  for the General Election to be held June 8, 2021.

The Municipal Clerk’s Office, 530 Brighton Park Drive, is open from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday except holidays for absentee voting.

Due to COVID-19 and/or construction at polling locations used in 2017, some polling locations may have changed. Please utilize the Find my Ward and Polling Locations at the link below to determine where to vote. 

Find Your Ward

Polling Locations


Municipal Election Voting Locations

Ward 1

Clinton Fire Station #3 (across from Lovett Elementary)
Parking available at Northside Park
1669 W Northside Drive

Ward 2

Wildwood Baptist Church
101 Auburn Drive

Ward 3

Traceway Park Administration Building
200 Soccer Row═ż

Ward 4

Wood Activity Center
111 Clinton Boulevard

Ward 5

Clinton Public Works Building
525 Springridge Road

Ward 6

Clinton YMCA
400 Lindale Street


Section 2703.08           Political Signs: Political signs are allowed on residential, individually owned lots only and cannot be placed in common areas. These signs are limited to one (1) sign per candidate per premises, not to exceed six (6) square feet, with the exception of signage placed on outdoor advertising signs. No sign shall be permitted on private property without permission of the owner. Signs may be posted forty-five (45) days before and must be removed seven (7) days after any election to which it refers.