ACLU-TN’s Voting Rights Resource Center
Nothing is more fundamental to our democracy than the right to vote, and the American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee (ACLU-TN) is committed to protecting voting rights and ensuring that every citizen maintains that right.
Review a list of common issues people experience while casting their ballots, what your rights are under Tennessee law, and tips for dealing with problems at the polls.
Repealing the “Photo ID to Vote” Law
Tennessee’s law that requires individuals to present a government-issued photo ID at the ballot box is part of a modern-day, well-documented, coordinated nationwide voter suppression effort. ACLU-TN, along with the “No Barriers to the Ballot Box Coalition”, is dedicated to fighting for repeal of this law, and serving voters by providing voting resources and information about the law. Click here to learn more.
Students—did you know that under Tennessee’s “Photo ID to Vote” law, your college ID doesn’t count as acceptable identification? Concerned about how this might impact your ability to vote?
- Register to vote
- Learn more about the “Photo ID to Vote” law, including acceptable forms of ID and how to get them.
- Voter Registration Information Look-up: Find out if you are registered, where you vote, what your districts are and who your current representatives are.
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