Election: Find where to vote, who to call for election-related issues

Wednesday, August 1, 2012 at 2:30pm
Staff reports

Those heading to the polls Thursday could benefit from two tools meant to help voters: a hotline and a website.

Davidson County voters who may be unsure of which poll they are assigned to can visit this Metro website and enter their address to find out.

Also, those voters who experience problems at the polls during Thursday’s elections or who just have questions can call a toll-free hotline set up by the state’s Division of Elections.

“This hotline is offered as a public service to Tennesseans, and it is the definitive source for information regarding Tennessee elections,” Coordinator of Elections Mark Goins said. “I hope citizens will use the hotline to resolve any questions they may have about elections, today or in the future.”

The number to call is 1-877-850-4959, and Election Division staffers will be available to answer election-related questions.

Official election information can also be found at: www.GoVoteTN.com.

 

2 Comments on this post:

By: govskeptic on 8/1/12 at 1:14

Let the whining began. No cookies at our precinct, I had to stand in the sun
for over 5 minutes, my mother said she had registered me, why can you
trust me when I said I am who I am!

By: sarahbaby on 8/6/12 at 1:11

those voters who experience problems at the polls during Thursday’s elections or who just have questions can call a www.newralphlaurenoutlet.com toll-free hotline set up by the state’s Division of Elections.