How to Vote Absentee for Military and Overseas Voters
Military personnel, their family members and overseas voters may receive their absentee ballot via e-mail or by-mail upon request. Voters may track when the ballot was received by their local county election commission office. The voted ballot must be received by the local county election commission office by the close of polls on election day to be counted.
These rules fall under T.C.A. § 2-6-502.
**If you are not in the military, a family member of the military, or an overseas citizen, these instructions do not apply to you, and you may not use this form (Form 76). Please refer to Absentee Voting.**