In those instances in a city election where there is not any opposition on the ballot, there shall be no early voting period. For details regarding times and early voting locations, a person must contact the. Did you know that Ballotpedia is a nonprofit organization? The number was continuing to update on Saturday. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, they will be open until 7 p. Bill Haslam, a Republican first elected to the office in 2010, cannot seek a third term. More online: Voters should remember to bring a valid federal or Tennessee state government issued photo I. Army Green Beret Matt Reel of Primm Springs are the Democratic hopefuls.
A comprehensive breakdown from the Division of Elections shows how this turnout compares to past election years. To learn more about each of these bills, click the bill title. Primaries are state-level and local-level elections that take place prior to a general election. Black, a registered nurse, is a longtime lawmaker and former House Budget Committee chairwoman who helped with President Donald Trump's tax law. In addition to the voter's county election commission office, satellite voting locations are set up by the county's election commission until five days before the election. The list also includes primary elections that featured conflict between different factions within the political party.
Just enter your Davidson County address in the search window or click on the map. Their Democratic opponents stayed in their hometown, Nashville, for an event to stir up support for their bids to try to gain wins in a red state. A is an election in which registered voters select a candidate that they believe should be a political party's candidate for elected office to run in the general election. But first, they have to win their parties' nominations, which shouldn't be a tall task against nominal opposition. Locally, Nashvillians are voting on a referendum to amend the Metro Charter by creating a new community oversight panel that would review actions of police. After he would not seek re-election, U.
He is running as an independent thinker who says he will work with President Trump when his ideas make sense for Tennessee and oppose the president when they don't. But that's a poor comparison because early voting was limited to only one location on the first day that year. Check out this story on Tennessean. Both want another crack at trying to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, an idea Haslam proposed and lawmakers have previously rejected. Early voting has officially gotten underway in Tennessee for the August 2 election. However, voters must affiliate with a party at the primary polling location or declare their allegiance to the party. Friday and November 2, and 9 a.
Each county election commission sets their own hours and locations for early voting. They include Republican Speaker Beth Harwell of Nashville and Democratic Minority Leader Craig Fitzhugh, who are both running for governor. Both have backgrounds as attorneys. More: Nashville turnout near presidential level on first day of early voting in midterms The state's first-day total was nearly four times the 32,565 people who voted on the first day of early voting for the 2014 midterm election. In the majority of states, convicted felons cannot vote while they are incarcerated but may regain the right to vote upon release from prison or at some point thereafter. Lee is a cattle farmer and chairman of a mechanical contracting, facilities and home services company.
They are also used to choose convention delegates and party leaders. Who's on the ballot, where to go and how long you can vote early in Tennesee's midterm election. The county election commissions are appointed by the. Dean is portraying himself as a moderate who says he will work with both parties in the Republican-led General Assembly. Bob Corker, who is retiring. Shelby County, which was the last county to report figures Thursday to the state, had 10,480 voters and 11,421 when including absentee ballots.
Monday through Friday; 9 a. Early voting is one of two ways in which a registered voter of Tennessee may vote before the actual election day. An individual who is in line at the time polls close must be allowed to vote. Monday through Friday; 8 a. Postal service transactions Davidson County Election Commission P. On Election Day, you must vote at your assigned polling location.
The figure does not include outside spending in the race. These two voting choices differ in that to vote by mail, the individual must have a statutory reason. The race has become the most expensive in state history, , according to the latest campaign finance disclosures. Hours for early voting will be decided by the Election Commission and announced for each election. Felon voting rights in Tennessee State Felon voting rights Felons with certain convictions never regain the right to vote. See also: Tennessee permits no-excuse early voting.
Monday through Friday; 9 a. Who is on the ballot for U. Any inconsistencies are attributable to the original source. States that do not permit no-excuse early voting may still permit some citizens to vote early, provided that they have valid reasons for doing so; this practice is known as in-person absentee voting. Monday, and Wednesday through Friday; 9 a. Online registration See also: Tennessee has implemented an online voter registration system.
Please address all correspondence for the State Election Commission to the Division of Elections: Division of Elections 312 Rosa L. Poll times See also: In , most polling places are open between 7 a. Goins estimated early voting could account for 55 percent to 60 percent of all voting, which would be slightly more than the historic ratio. Both Bredesen and Dean are from Nashville, perhaps another explanation for the spike there. Senate race, Republican Marsha Blackburn, a congressman from Williamson County, is taking on Democrat Phil Bredesen, a former two-term governor. Main Street, Newport, 8:30 a.