As Tennesses voted today, Secretary Hargets urges voters to call the Electoral Office on freephone 1-877-850-4959 to report possible voter fraud, misinformation, or answers to election day questions. .
Today is the county state and federal and general primary elections. All Tennessee polling stations will be closed at EDT / 19:00 CDT.
“It is important to help voters and maintain the integrity of our electoral process,” Secretary Hargets said. “I urge voters to call our election day hotline when in doubt about their voting experience.”
Tennessee residents can view voter information, including locations, poll start times, and sample cards, in the GoVoteTN app or online at GoVoteTN.com. Download the GoVoteTN app for free from the App Store or Google Play. Hurry up! TCL’s amazing 65-inch 4K QLED TV is
The maximum time for elections is usually before voters leave work, after work or during lunch.
Flexible behavior and voting in the middle of the morning or in the afternoon can reduce waiting times. Fragile, physically disabled or visible voters should inform their election officials if they are unable to wait in line for a vote. The law allows these voters to move through the process faster.
Voters must present a valid photo ID (may or may not be current) at the polling station.
A Tennessee driver’s license or photo ID issued by the Tennessee Department of Homeland Security, the Tennessee State Government, or the federal government is acceptable even if it has expired. College student IDs are not acceptable. For more information on acceptable ID types, visit sos.tn.gov or call the Electoral Office’s toll-free Election Day hotline at 1-877-850-4959.
According to national law, polling stations and an area 100 feet from the entrance must remain campaign-free.
Tennessee law prohibits the display or distribution of campaign materials and the solicitation of votes for or against any person, party, or issue in these areas. Voters wearing campaign-related clothing or accessories will not be allowed within 100 feet.
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