Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 4. ACLU-TN is helping voters get ready with our “Let People Vote” campaign
, which empower voters with an understanding of their voting rights and tools for handling problems at the polls.
- Getting Ready to Vote: What You Need to Know Before Election Day – quick tips for voters and info on who can vote (with specifics for students, the homeless, and those with criminal histories), registration, voting early or by mail, and address changes
- The 2014 Voter Empowerment Card – when and where to vote, getting time off from work, accessibility, and dealing with problems at the polls
- TN's Photo ID Law – who has to show ID, acceptable forms of ID, what IDs won’t work, what to do if you don’t have ID, and the exception for people with low incomes
- Get Your Right to Vote Back: A Guide to Voting with a Felony Conviction in Tennessee – the process for people with felony convictions who have completed their sentences, etc. to restore their right to vote
- Provisional Ballots in 2014 – what a provisional ballot is and whether or not they will be counted
The right to vote is fundamental to our democracy, and it’s more important than ever that Tennesseans exercise their right to vote on Tuesday, November 4. You can find more helpful tips about voting in Tennessee, or place your order for voting rights resources at ACLU-TN’s Voting Rights Resource Center
See you at the polls!
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October 8, 2014: Sixth Circuit Offers Immunity in ACLU-TN’s Occupy Nashville Lawsuit; ACLU-TN: Lawsuit Still a Victory for Free Speech
October 7, 2014: ACLU-TN Urges Williamson County School Board Not to Institute Prayer at School Board Meetings
August 28, 2014: ACLU of Tennessee Launches Voter Education Campaign