If you are a registered voter and do not wish to vote in-person due to the COVID-19 situation, you are eligible to request an absentee ballot by mail. You also have the option to vote in-person during early voting or on Election Day.
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Where Do I Vote?
The three links below will allow the Jefferson County voter to ascertain which political jurisdictions they live within based on their current residential address. Each voter has been mailed a voter registration card when they registered that contains their voting precinct and corresponding district numbers listed on the back of the card. If you do not have a current voter registration card, then we encourage you to call our office and request a new one. However, you can still access your current registration status and precinct information by clicking here. Once you know your Voting Precinct, open the top election district link.
The first link below identifies your Precinct, U.S. House District, State House District, State Senate District, County Commission District, Road Commission District, School Board District, Constable District, Address of your Precinct, and any corresponding city within your precinct will be identified.
Jefferson County Election Districts – District Chart
As you will notice, some of the precincts indicate multiple districts within the categories of US House and State House Districts because your precinct is split. Jefferson County is unique in that our county has multiple U.S. Congressional Districts (District 1 and 2) and State House Districts (District 11 and 17). You can only live in one or the other of each. However, you do not have to guess which one you live within if you will look at your voter registration card. The correct district will be listed on your card. Since the implementation of the Photo ID law in Tennessee in 2012, you do not have to have a voter registration card in order to vote, but it is an important piece of information for the correct identification of your voting information as well as containing your voter registration number.
The second link pulls up the District Map of our county to give you a visual of what is being described in the District Chart. You will see how multiple County Commission Districts make up the School Board and Road Commission Districts.
Jefferson County Commission Districts – County Commission Districts & Population Summary
The third link takes you to the State of Tennessee Comptrollers Mapping division that allows you to look at and print various maps for Jefferson County including County Commission Districts, Precinct Map, US Congressional District, and State House Districts. We hope that these 3 tools will help you with identifying your correct voting precinct and corresponding districts.