Don’t Hesitate - Be A Voter!
Nashville, TN – The Davidson County Election Commission encourages everyone who filled out a voter registration application to vote in the upcoming November 6 election. Voter registration cards are not required. Just bring your photo ID issued by the Federal or Tennessee state government and be a voter.
“Since September 6, staff at the Election Commission has processed 36,402 registration applications,” said Jeff Roberts, administrator of elections. “Most of these voters have received confirmation of their registration and where they are assigned to vote on Election Day. Unfortunately, a number of applications were incomplete and require a little more paperwork.”
These applicants should not worry, as they have two options:
- Complete the form that was sent to you and mail or hand-deliver it to the Election Commission
- Complete your paperwork on Election Day, when you visit your polling location to vote
Not sure if you forgot something? Letters from the Election Commission have been sent, specifying what is missing. Perhaps you failed to sign your application or skipped the box for your social security number. No worries, these types of details can be handled on Election Day - and you can still vote.
Not sure where to go on Election Day? Visit Vote.Nashville.gov where you may enter your address to identify your assigned Election Day polling location.
If you prefer to vote early, there’s still time to visit any of the 11 Early Voting sites, open across Davidson County. Early Voting will end on Thursday, November 1 at 7 p.m. A detailed schedule may be found at Vote.Nashville.gov.
Voting in Davidson County is easy, so don’t hesitate – be a voter!