Last night was devastating for our Middle Tennessee communities, and the devastation will continue for hours and days to come. Our hearts and thoughts are with all those affected, responders as they survey the damage, and the entire community.

Many communities in Middle Tennessee have had polling location damage. Polls opened at 8AM and will stay open until 7PM. Some voters will need to change polling locations in Putnam, Davidson, and Wilson Counties. Please find voting locations changes below. 

Davidson County Changes

Voters impacted by the tornado who normally vote at the following locations may vote at Donelson Presbyterian Church:

  • Hermitage Presbyterian
  • Dupont Tyler School
  • Hermitage Hills Baptist Church
  • Hermitage Community Center
  • TN School for the Blind
  • Two Rivers Middle School
  • Donelson Heights

Voters impacted by the tornado who normally vote at the following locations may vote at Pearl Cohn High School:

  • Robert Churchwell Elementary
  • Fifteenth Ave Baptist
  • Union Hall 737
  • Watkins Community Center

Voters impacted by the tornado who normally vote at the following locations may vote at Clevelend Community Center:

  • Ross Elementary
  • East Community Center
  • Shelby Community Center
  • Martha O’Brian
  • Cora Howe School

Any voters whose polling location has been impacted may vote at either of Davidson County Election Commission Office: 1417 Murfreesboro Pike or 800 Second Avenue South, 4th Floor.

Haynes Middle School will vote at Whites Creek Fire Station 25.

Looby Community Center will vote at Northwest YMCA.

Lead Brick Church Middle School will vote at Bellshire Elementary.

Davidson County voters who need a ride to the polls can contact DCDP by calling 616-479-8320. 

Putnam County Changes 

Putnam County voters in the following precinct polling locations will vote at the County Election Commission at 705 County Services Drive, Cookeville, TN 38501:

  • 5A Cookeville Community Center
  • 6A Cane Creek
  • 7D Twin Oak
  • 8G Upperman
  • 9B Double Springs
  • 10A Pavilion
  • 10B Sycamore​

Wilson County Changes

West Wilson Middle School and Lebanon High Schools have closed, but, voters can vote in any other polling locations throughout the county. 

If you have any trouble voting, contact our voter protection hotline. 

Standing with our Middle Tennessee Families,

– Mary Mancini and TNDP Team