Your vote is your voice in government, so make your voice heard!

You can protect your family by electing candidates who stand for traditional family values. But you can’t vote until you register to vote in Tennessee.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I register to vote in Tennessee?

Qualified voters may register to vote by obtaining and completing a voter registration form and filing the form with the local county election commission, either in person or by mail.

Am I qualified to vote in Tennessee?

Any citizen of the United States who is or will be 18 years of age or older before the date of the next election and who is a resident of Tennessee may register to vote unless disqualified under the law.

When may I register to vote in Tennessee?

Your application for voter registration must be postmarked or hand delivered to the proper county election commission office at least 30 days before the election (2014 Elections Calendar). Example: The 2014 Tennessee general election is to be held on November 4th, so you must have your voter registration form postmarked or hand-delivered to your county election commission by October 6th. The election commission office will process any by-mail voter registration form that has been postmarked at least 30 days before the election.

Am I registered to vote in Tennessee?

Go the the Tennessee Secretary of State’s website Voter Registration Lookup Page. You can also contact your county election commission directly.

How can I conduct a voter registration drive at my church?

We have made it simple, outlining the steps you can take to get others involved in electing our leaders.