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If you miss early voting, Tennessee is among 10 states holding its Presidential Primary on “Super Tuesday” March 6th.
Also, in order to vote at the polls, you will be required — for the first time ever — to show a government-issued photo ID.
Special interests rammed this measure through the legislature knowing full well that tens of thousands of law-abiding Tennesseans don’t have government-issued photo IDs and would be kept from voting. Tennesseans with disabilities, seniors who don’t drive, low-income earners and students all could be turned away from the polls.
Voters should be prepared. Click here to learn how to beat the photo ID law and make your vote count.
And if you or someone you know has a problem at the polls because of the photo ID law, please call the TNDP Voter Protection line at (615) 327-9779.
We want every Tennessean to own a piece of this democracy. It starts with being a voter.
Last, but not least: Democrats interested in running for Delegate to the Democratic National Convention next fall must vote in the March 6th Presidential Primary. You can find more information about running for Delegate at TNDP.org. Learn More »»
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