ACLU-TN’s “Let People Vote” Voting Rights Resource Center

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ACLU-TN’s “Let People Vote” campaign is designed to empower voters with an understanding of their voting rights and tools for handling any problems they may encounter at the polls. Available resources include:

  • Getting Ready to Vote: What You Need to Know Before Election Day (brochure) – includes info on who can vote (including specifics for students, the homeless, and those with criminal histories), registration, voting early or by mail, dealing with address changes, and quick tips for voters
  • The 2016 Voter Empowerment Card (a pocket-sized card that can be carried to the polls) – includes info on when and where to vote, getting time off from work, the new photo ID law and how to get ID, accessibility, and dealing with problems at the polls
  • TN’s New Photo ID Law (flyer) – includes info on who has to show ID, acceptable forms of ID, what IDs won’t work, what to do if you don’t have ID, and the exception for people with low incomes
  • Get Your Right to Vote Back: A Guide to Voting with a Felony Conviction in Tennessee (brochure) – describes the process for people with felony convictions who have completed their sentences, etc. to restore their right to vote
  • Provisional Ballots in 2016 (flyer) – describes what a provisional ballot is and whether or not they will be counted

Let People Vote: ACLU-TN’s Voting Rights Resource Center

2017-03-28T06:53:42-05:00 May 25th, 2016|Categories: Campaigns, Know Your Rights, Legal and Community Resources|