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Register to Vote in Tennessee
You can register to vote in person and by mail.
First, complete the Mail-In Application for Voter Registration (Form SS-3010). This form is good for both in-person and by-mail registration.
Next, either mail your form to your local county election commission (there is space on the form to enter the mailing address) or visit one of the following locations:
- County clerk’s office.
- Public libraries.
- Register of Deeds office.
- Department of Health (WIC program).
- Department of Human Services.
- Department of Mental Health.
- Department of Safety (Motor Vehicles Division).
- Department of Veteran’s Affairs.
When you’ll receive your voter registration card depends on your county.
Military and Overseas Voter Registration
Military members, their dependents, and overseas U.S. citizens can register to vote by completing a Federal Post Card application (FPCA). This application is also referred to as “Form 76.” This form is typically a request for absentee voting; however, if you are currently not registered, it will be treated as a request for temporary voter registration.
Once you’ve completed the application, send to the address of your local county election commission.
If the election commission has a fax machine in its office, you may fax the application.
The application must be received by the election commission no sooner than January 1st of the election year UNLESS the election is fewer than 90 days after January 1st. In that case, it must be received no sooner than 90 days prior to the election and no later than 7 days prior.
NOTE: Typically, people who register to vote by mail must appear in person the first time they vote; however, this regulation is waived for military members and their dependents and overseas U.S. citizens with permanent TN residences. Once you are no longer eligible for this exemption, you must vote in person.
TN residents temporarily outside of the state (for example, college students studying in another state) can register to vote by mail.
Please see our “Register to Vote in Tennessee” section above to learn how to register to vote by mail.
Name or Address Changes
Either way, you must apply no later than 5 days before the election; otherwise, you can’t vote.
If the voting period has already started, you do have the option vote early at any early voting station within between 20 days and 5 days of the election. You’ll be able to update your address and vote early in the same visit.
If you wait until election day to update, you’ll have to complete an affidavit before you can vote, and you’ll have to go to your new polling location or a central location designated by the election commission office.
Moved to Another County?
If you’re changing your address because you moved to another county, you must register to vote with that county. Your voter registration doesn’t move with you.
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Go to your local Dps office I lost mine as well and had to go there but you better hurry cause they send to you in the mail and it takes between 3 to 4 weeks to receive.