Find your polling location

Not sure where to vote? The links below should guide you in the right direction, but if you still are not sure please give our office a call (865.540.4001) and we will be happy to help you!

 

Election Day Voting Locations

Click here to visit KGIS and use their Voter Location Search to find your Election Day polling location.

Type in your address and click “Go!”.

Once your address pops up, click “use it” button next to it and your polling location will be the first information to show up.

 

Early Voting Locations

If you prefer to vote early, this list will show you the Early Voting locations and hours for the upcoming election. When you vote during the Early Voting period, you can vote at any of the available locations depending on what works best with your schedule.

Early Voting for the 2017 City of Knoxville Primary Election will run from August 9-24th.

The polls will be open Monday to Friday from 10am - 6pm. On the last three days (August 22, 23, 24) polls will be open 10am - 7pm. Saturdays the polls will be open 11am - 5pm.

Early voting locations:

  • City-County Building, Small Assembly Room, 400 Main St.
  • Downtown West, 1645 Downtown West Blvd, Unit 34
  • Love Kitchen, 2418 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave
  • New Harvest Park, 4775 New Harvest Lane
  • Cecil Webb Recreation Center, 923 Baker Ave. (also listed as 953 E. Moody Ave) 

 

Absentee Voting in Tennessee

If you do not think that you will be able to make it to any polling location you can apply for an absentee ballot. Below are listed a few of the most common reasons that a voter may request an absentee ballot in Tennessee.

  1. The voter is sixty (60) years of age or older;

  2. The voter has a physical disability and an inaccessible polling place

  3. The voter is a caretaker of a person who is hospitalized, ill, or disabled

  4. The voter’s observance of a religious holiday prevents him or her from voting in person during the early voting period and on election day

  5. The voter or the voter’s spouse is enrolled as a full-time student in a school outside of the county

If you would like to apply for an absentee ballot, please find more information here. You may also call the Knox County Election Commission (865.215.2480) for guidance on requesting an absentee ballot.

 

 

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