Voting Information

What ID is required when Voting?

(Via – Tennessee Secretary of State) All voters must present a federal or Tennessee state ID containing the voter’s name and photograph when voting at the polls, whether voting early or on Election Day unless an exemption below applies. The information on this website is provided to ensure that all Tennessee voters have access to

Volunteer to work the Polls

Elections are not possible without the work of poll officials who help run polling locations across Tennessee. By raising your hand to become a poll official, you will be at the center of democracy during early voting and on Election Day while getting paid for your work. Most counties have available opportunities to serve as

Absentee Ballot Information

Here is the link to the Absentee Ballot Application Web Portal from the Tennessee Secretary of State’s site.  It lists the qualifications and instructions. Absentee Voting | Tennessee Secretary of State You can monitor the status of your request by using the HCEC Voter Request form: HCEC Voter Request Here is the Absentee By-Mail Ballot

Important Dates to Remember and Voting Resources

Important Dates: First Day to Pick Up Petitions:     Friday, May 22, 2020 (independent presidential candidates) Qualifying Deadline:                       Monday, June 22, 2020 (municipal candidates)                                        

How Do I Register to Vote?

If you would like to register in person, you may complete a paper form at the local county election commission office, Department of Safety (motor vehicles division), Department of Health (WIC program), Department of Human Services, Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Department of Veteran’s Affairs, public libraries, county clerk’s offices, and register of

Voting Poll Locations

The county is divided into voting precincts.  Each precincts then has polling locations.  Some precincts are “split precincts” and have multiple polling locations.  In your voting precinct you will vote for the candidates that represent your district. One easy way to insure you are registered, know your voting district, and polling location is to complete

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