We are in the midst of a very important federal and state election, with a track record of not showing up. Voting is your own personal declaration of independence, a right that many Tennesseans have fought for and many, unjustly, no longer possess. We cannot give up our voice. Let’s help each other make it to the polls this year.

All You Need To Know To Vote

          1. Am I registered to vote?  If you can’t find yourself in the online system, contact your county Election Commission. 
          2. Where do I vote? Find your polling location here. Not in Tennessee? vote.org 
          3. I can’t find my voter registration card. — You don’t need it to vote. Bring a state issued photo ID or passport.  Tennessee’s voter ID requirements
          4. I don’t know who to vote for — download the free, non-partisan Nashville Voter Guide 
          5. I need a ride to the polls. Lyft and Uber are providing free rides to the polls. See below for details. Need a FREE ride in Nashville? Call 629-888-3237 or 615-479-8320.
          6. I’m experiencing or witnessing voter suppression – Call 855-844-VOTE (8683), the voter protection hotline, staffed day and night during Early Voting and on Election Day. If you’re registered but turned away at the polls, you have a legal right to a provisional ballot. Ask for and complete it. If you are denied a provisional ballot—or you have other voting problems—contact:
  • 866-OUR-VOTE — English hotline
  • 888-VE-Y-VOTA — Spanish hotline
  • 888-API-VOTE — Asian & Pacific languages hotline
  • 844-YALLA-US — Arabic language hotline
  • Text OUR VOTE to 97779 — SMS hotline

Lyft is offering 50% off rides to the polls! #Nashville use code VOTETN1 . Uber is also offering $10 off a single ride to the polls. Use the code VOTE2018

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