Unofficial election results will be available at elections.tn.gov after the polls close.
Find early voting and Election Day voting locations, as well as hours of operation, view your sample ballot and much more with the GoVoteTN app available online or for free in the App Store or Google Play.
Who is on the ballot?
View lists of qualified candidates for U.S. President and Vice President, U.S. Senate, U.S. House, Tennessee Senate, and Tennessee House for the 2020 November General Election.
Check the GoVoteTN app to see the races on your ballot. Search by voter or search by address to access your ballot.
When can I vote?
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3. Find your Election Day polling place and hours in the GoVoteTN app.
Each county determines when the polls open. View a list of poll opening times by county. All polls in Tennessee close at 8:00 p.m. EST / 7:00 p.m. CST.
Tennesseans are encouraged to do their part when voting in-person. This includes wearing a face covering and maintaining a six-foot distance from poll officials and other voters. Voters should expect to see signs with further safety instructions at their polling locations. All poll officials will be wearing face coverings and will be trained in social distancing measures.
What ID is required when voting?
Voters need to bring valid photo identification (current or expired) to the polls. A Tennessee driver license or photo ID issued by the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security, Tennessee state government or the federal government is acceptable even if expired. College student IDs and IDs issued by a local library are not permitted.
Learn more about what types of ID are acceptable here or by calling toll free 1-877-850-4959.
How can I check the status of my absentee by-mail ballot?
The Secretary of State’s Absentee By-Mail Ballot Status Tracker tool allows voters to track the status of their absentee by-mail ballot.
The deadline to request a by-mail ballot has passed. To facilitate timely receipt of voted absentee by-mail ballots on Election Day, the U. S. Postal Service has designated a post office in each of the 95 counties for voters to expedite the mailing of their completed absentee by-mail ballot. Voters are requested to mail their ballot by 3:00 p.m. local time November 3 at the post office designated for the county. County election officials will pick up the ballots after 3 pm on Election Day. Tennessee law does not allow for third party political operatives to collect ballots on behalf of voters. Click here for a list of designated post offices.
Early Voting Turnout
View a comparison of how this year's turnout compares to 2016 and 2012.