Voters' Election Day Guide



When is Election Day?

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

What time do the polls open?

Voting at all Sumner County precincts begins at 7 a.m. and continues until 7 p.m. All persons standing in line at 7 p.m. will be allowed to vote.

Where do I vote?

All voters will go to their assigned precinct on Election Day. Voters' precinct is printed on their voter registration cards. Voters may also CLICK HERE to find their precinct information or call the Election Office at 452-1456. Addresses for all precincts are listed on this website under the Districts and Precincts tab on this home page.

 What is on the ballot for this Election?

This is a Federal and State General Election which includes Governor, U.S. Senator, U.S. Congress, and State House of Representatives,  Four amendments to the Tennessee Constitution are also on the ballot. Eight Sumner County cities have elections. Wine in Groceries referendums and package liquor sale referendums are also included with specific city elections. For a Sample Ballot CLICK HERE.

What if I have moved?

Voters who have moved and not changed their address on their voter registration can still vote. Voters can either go to their previous precinct and be directed to their new voting location or call the Sumner County Election Office at 45-1456 to find out their new precicnt and then go directly to that precinct. They will need to see the special registrar or the officer of election and complete an address change.


What Voters Need to Know


Daily Early Voting Totals for 10-30


Early Voting Begins Wednesday, October 15

Early voting for the November 4, 2014 State and Federal General Election and Sumner County municipalities begins Wednesday, October 15 and continues through Thursday, October 30.

November 4, 2014 Early Voting Schedule 


November 4, 2014 Sample Ballot 


November 4, 2014 Municipal Election Petition Report


Political Treasurer appointments for 2014 Election Cycle  


2014 Election Cycle Factsheets 

Changes made to Voter Photo ID law

The General Assembly amended Tennessee's voter photo identification law during its recently completed legislative session. Voters may no longer use photo IDs issued by other states as acceptable forms of identification when voting in person. For more information on these changes CLICK HERE.






Do you want to be a poll worker on Election Day?

Interested in serving your community as a Poll Worker? Go under Elections at the top of this page and click on Poll Workers Materials to sign up. For more information call (615) 452-1456 or email to