US & STATE PRIMARY

COUNTY GENERAL ELECTION 

AUGUST 1, 2024

 

ELECTION DATE:       Thursday, August 1, 2024

PRIMARY Ballot Information:

US SENATE 3rd CONGRESSIONAL

US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 3RD AND 6TH CONGRESSIONAL

TN SENATE

TN HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

 

GENERAL Ballot Information: (FROM MARCH 5, 2024 – PRIMARY)

ASSESSOR OF PROPERTY                    

CONSTABLES (ALL – DISTRICTS 1-7)

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS – 2nd, 3rd, AND 6TH DISTRICTS

ONEIDA SPECIAL SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS – 2 SEATS

 

IMPORTANT ELECTION DATES:

PRIMARY CANDIDATES ONLY

1ST DAY TO ISSUE PETITIONS: FEBRUARY 5, 2024                MONDAY

QUALIFYING DEADLINE:           APRIL 4, 2024      12 NOON  THURSDAY

WITHDRAWAL:                           APRIL 11, 2024   12 NOON  THURSDAY

WRITE-IN CANDIDATE DEADLINE:  JUNE 12, 2024    12 NOON  WEDNESDAY

LAST DAY TO REGISTER:           JULY 2, 2024         4:30PM     TUESDAY

LAST DAY TO ACCEPT

BY-MAIL REGISTRATIONS:       JULY 5, 2024         7/2/2024 TUESDAY POSTMARK

 

EARLY VOTING DATES:

BY PERSONAL APPEARANCE:  FRIDAY JULY 12, 2024 – SATURDAY JULY 27, 2024

BY MAIL: 1ST DAY TO REQUEST A BALLOT:  MAY 3, 2024

LAST DAY TO REQUEST AN APPLICATION FOR BALLOT:  JULY 25, 2024

LAST DAY TO PROCESS AN APPLICATION FOR BALLOT:  JULY 25, 2024


AUGUST 2024 SAMPLE BALLOT

Submit your voter registration application 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. 


How to Vote Absentee for Military and Overseas Voters


Tennessee businesses, churches, nonprofits, and schools are invited to join the Secretary of State’s Your Vote Matters program. By registering, your organization will receive emails with materials about voter registration and important voting dates that you can use on your website, newsletters, social media, and more. 

This tool allows voters to review their registration information, see early voting and Election Day schedules and polling places. 

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. Voters can download the free app in the App Store or Google Play to view voter specific information. State law allows voters to use the GoVoteTN app inside polling locations.

iOS and Android versions of the app were updated in fall 2020. Please make sure you using the most recent version to ensure full functionality.

Check if you qualify to vote absentee by-mail. Download a printable absentee by-mail ballot request form. 

This page provides helpful links for Election Day