Voter Resources

First, let’s address the kerfuffle over in person vs. mail in voting.

Obviously the best way to vote is in person. Here in Johnson County, it’s easy, you almost never have to stand in line, and it’s the best way to make sure your vote counts. However, in the state of Tennessee you can also vote by mail.
NOTE: If you voted by mail for the primary election on August 6, YOU STILL NEED TO REQUEST A MAIL IN BALLOT FOR THE NOVEMBER 3 ELECTION. YES, YOU DO. YOU DO.
There are certain requirements you must meet in order to do so. Click here to find out what they are. It’s all super easy to understand, and if it’s what you want to do, you should have no problem doing it.
The deadline to request a mail in ballot is October 27.
You must mail, fax or email the request.
Mail to:
Johnson County Election Commission
P.O. Box 106
Mountain City, TN 37683
Email to:
johnson.commission@tn.gov
Fax to:
(423) 727-9168
NOTE: Your ballot cannot be dropped off at either a polling place or the election office. It must be mailed (or Fed-X, or UPS) and it must be received at the election office no later than the close of polls on election day.
In order to ensure that your mail in vote is received and counted, we recommend you mail it two weeks prior to the election (Tuesday, October 20).

Early Voting
Early voting begins on October 14, and ends on October 29. The early voting location in Johnson County is:
Johnson County Election Commission
158 Election Avenue
Mountain City, TN 37683

Absentee Ballot Information
Click here.

Miltary or Overseas Ballot Information
Click here.

For more information on all of this:
The Johnson County Election Commission
GoVoteTN

VIEW THE SAMPLE BALLOT FOR THE NOVEMBER 3, 2020 ELECTION


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