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What you need to know to REGISTER and VOTE this May!

3/28/2018
 
 
Don't Forget, You Have to be Registered to VOTE for Clean Water and Rural Lands!
 
This year is going to be a big year for Tennessee, with elections for Governor, US Senate and House representatives. If you're like us, growth issues and traffic are on your mind and maybe under your skin. That's why it is SO important to register to vote and then turn out to your local elections. These important local elections MATTER because this is where many big decisions about growth and traffic issues are made!
 
Don't miss the opportunity to vote for candidates who support clean water, responsible development, and smart transit choices! Make sure you register in time to vote, at least 30 days before the next election.
 
 
Here are the important dates to mark on your calendar for theCounty Primary Elections – May 1, 2018*

Voter registration Deadline – April 2, 2018
Last day to register to vote for the May 1 Primary & County elections.
 
Deadline to Request an Absentee Ballot – April 24
Beginning and end of window to request an absentee ballot for the May 1 Election. Find absentee ballot request & submission instructions here.
 
Absentee Ballot Deadline – April 26
Deadline for receiving a by-mail ballot. Anyone can submit a ballot by mail.

Early Voting – April 11 – 26
Early voting period for May 1 county primary election. Early voting locations are different than your official location the day of the election. Find your earlyvoting location here.
 
AND, don’t forget to bring an ID!
 
Not sure if you're registered? Check your registration status HERE!
 
 
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Want to know what's on your local ballot?
Each county is different.
 
Davidson County:
 
Williamson County:
 
Rutherford County:
  • Election information including sample ballot: Click Here.
 
Dickson County:
  • Election information including sample ballot: Click Here.
 
Join us as we co-host a public forum!
 
This public forum, "Conservation Conversations on Transit," will be a great opportunity for Nashvillians who are interested in conservation, open space, and the environment to get more information to make an informed decision on the May 1st ballot! More HERE.