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Be a resource for voter information, be a voice to engage & inform, be an advocate for voting rights.

Whether it be in City, County, State or Federal elections, voting is your chance to stand up for the issues you care about, so take some time and educate yourself on the process. And remember, if you don't vote, someone else will make the decision for you. Your power is in your voice. Make your voice heard.

Poll Officials

Elections are able to happen because of poll officials helping run polling locations across the nation. Poll officials are a vital part of elections in Tennessee. Poll officials conduct a variety of tasks to help polling sites run smoothly, including greeting voters, answering questions, processing voters, explaining how to cast a ballot, and counting votes.

Poll officials are compensated for working during early voting, on Election Day, and attending any required training sessions. Training is available on days, nights, and Saturdays.

Poll Worker Requirements in Shelby County:

  • At least 16 years old and a resident of Shelby County
  • If 18, or older, must be a registered voter in Shelby County
  • On election days, willing to work from 6 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. or until precinct work is completed
  • Provide your own transportation to and from training and the polling location

Voter Eligibility

To be eligible to vote in Tennessee:

Mid-South Voting Information

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