Vote Safe. Vote Early. Vote Like Your Rights Depend on It.
***IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR DAVIDSON COUNTY VOTERS***
If you voted early or plan to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 8, please read this.
This link contains a link to the list of people whose ballots were cast incorrectly during early voting and what to do about it, as well as important information about voting on Tuesday, November 8 in Davidson County.
The list of people given the wrong ballot during early voting is longer than originally thought, so please double check the website to ensure that your voice is heard on the issues that matter to you, and please share this information widely.
Decisions that affect your healthcare, or your schools, or your business are made by the people we elect. So if you have opinions about those things, one of the most impactful ways to express them is with your vote. Every vote matters. Nothing is more fundamental to our democracy than the right to vote, so make your voting plan today.
Need to make a complaint or report a problem at the polls?
1. If you have a problem at the polls, first ask for an election supervisor at your polling place. He or she can handle most routine complaints that arise on Election Day.
2. Candidates, political parties, and nonprofit groups may also have poll watchers on hand who might be able to assist you.
3. If any of those people ask you who you voted for, or if they can’t resolve your complaint, call your county election commission, or the Tennessee Secretary of State at (615) 741-7956.
4. You can also call the national, nonpartisan Election Protection hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683). The hotline provides comprehensive information and assistance at all stages of voting.
Assistance is also available in Spanish at 888-VE-Y-VOTA (888-839-8682), in Arabic at 844-YALLA-US (844-915-5187), and in Asian languages at 888-API-VOTE (1-888-174-8683).
A video call number for American Sign Language is available at 301-818-VOTE (301-818-8683).
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If you are using an absentee ballot to vote, you must return your absentee ballot by mail (USPS, FedEx, UPS, etc). Absentee ballots must be received by your local election commission by the close of the polls on Election Day. Delivering ballots by hand or handing ballots to poll workers will not be permitted.