Nov. 3 marks Election Day. With approximately 2.3 million people voting early in the state and smashing prior early voting records, it’s clear Tennesseans want their voices heard this election season.
Before heading to the polls Tuesday, here’s a guide on what you need to know about voting in Tennessee.
When polls open and close
On Election Day, polls open at various times across the state. Find a list of when polls open in all 95 counties here.
Who’s on the ballot?
The following candidates have qualified to appear on the ballot.
- Donald J. Trump for President and Michael R. Pence for Vice President – Republican
- Joseph R. Biden for President and Kamala D. Harris for Vice President – Democrat
- Don Blankenship for President and William Mohr for Vice President – Independent
- Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente for President and Darcy G. Richardson for Vice President – Independent
- Howie Hawkins for President and Angela Walker for Vice President – Independent
- Jo Jorgensen for President and Jeremy “Spike” Cohen for Vice President – Independent
- Alyson Kennedy for President and Malcolm Jarrett for Vice President – Independent
- Gloria La Riva for President and Sunil Freeman for Vice President – Independent
- Kanye West for President and Michelle Tidball for Vice President – Independent