View candidates, early voting information and more information about the November 3 State and Federal General election.

This tool allows voters to review their registration information, see early voting and Election Day schedules and polling places or track the status of their absentee by-mail ballot.

The deadline to request a by-mail ballot has passed. To facilitate timely receipt of voted absentee by-mail ballots on Election Day, the U. S. Postal Service has designated a post office in each of the 95 counties for voters to expedite the mailing of their completed absentee by-mail ballot. Voters are requested to mail their ballot by 3:00 p.m. local time November 3 at the post office designated for the county. County election officials will pick up the ballots after 3 pm on Election Day. Tennessee law does not allow for third party political operatives to collect ballots on behalf of voters. Click here for a list of designated post offices.

The easiest way for Tennessee voters to find their Election Day polling locations, view and mark sample ballots, see their elected officials, districts and county election commission information as well as access online election results is through the GoVoteTN app.

View election results for current and past elections in the state of Tennessee. Find your polling locations, sample ballots, election information and more.

The Honor Vote program lets Tennesseans dedicate their vote to those who are serving or have served our country.

The voter registration deadline for the November 3 election was October 5. Register to vote online from your computer, tablet or mobile device. Download a printable Tennessee voter registration application to submit to your county election commission. Check your voter registration status. Contact your county election commission.

Most counties need additional poll officials this year. Any voter registered in Tennessee is eligible to apply regardless of political affiliation. Apply to become a poll official today.

Download or request voter resources, including the 'Registered to Vote?' poster and social media graphics to use in voter outreach. Download signs to use on social media with #GoVoteTN to promote voter registration and participation.

All Tennessee businesses, churches, nonprofits, and schools are welcome to partner with the Secretary of State’s Your Vote Matters campaign. By registering as a campaign partner, your organization will receive monthly emails with materials about voter registration and important voting dates for 2020 that you can use on your website, newsletters, social media, and more.

Complete training on how to conduct a supplemental voter registration drive in Tennessee. Anyone is able to sign up and complete the voluntary online training.