308 Bill Burnett Circle
Union City, TN 38281

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Sat – Sun – Closed

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Registration Guidelines

Obion County

New Voter registration deadline is 30 days before Election Day.
You do not  declare a political party in this state.

You may register to vote or UPDATE YOUR ADDRESS if you:

  • Are 18 years of age or older by election day
  • Are a U.S. citizen
  • Are a resident of Tennessee
  • Have not been convicted of a felony or, if convicted, had voting rights restored by court order or pardon –  Those previously convicted of a felony may have their voting rights restored based on guidelines below:
  • Restoration of Voting Rights
  • Certificate of Restoration Form
  • Re-Registration
    You must re-register to vote if you:
  • Change your name and also want to change your voter registration (it’s your choice)
  • Have had full rights restored by court order or pardon
  • Moved outside your county
  • Move within the county but fail to transfer your registration and do not vote for two November general elections

How to Register to Vote

  • Use online voter registration to conveniently register to vote or update your voter registration.
  • Download and complete the Voter Registration Application and mail the application to your county election commission.
  • Pick up voter registration applications in person at the following locations:
    • County Election Commission Offices
    • County Clerk’s Offices
    • Public Libraries
    • Register of Deeds Offices
  • Register during a transaction with one of the following agencies:
    • Department of Health (WIC program)
    • Department of Human Services
    • Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
    • Department of Mental Health
    • Department of Safety (motor vehicles division)
    • Department of Veteran’s Affairs

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