Early voting is officially underway in the city of Nashville for the Midterm Elections coming up this November.

Voter registration for the upcoming election ended on October 11th. The following week, on October 19th, early voting officially opened, so you’re free to cast your vote in this crucial election cycle.

Up until today, the Howard Office building at 700 President Ronald Reagan Way was the only early voting location available. But starting today, every early voting location is up and running and waiting for voters to turn out.

When and Where to Vote

All Nashville early voting locations open at 8:00 am every day except for Sunday, when the offices are closed. However, each location closes at a different time each day, ranging from 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm.

Check this list on the city website to see a list of the early voting locations and their operating hours.

The early voting period ends on November 3rd. But if you don’t get to cast your vote early, you can still vote on election day on November 8th.

What’s on the Ballot?

This election’s ballot is full of some very important docket items. Notably, you’ll vote for who will be the next Tennessee governor and who will represent Nashville in the US House of Representatives.

There are also some state legislative races on the ballot and even four proposed amendments to the Tennessee State Constitution.


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