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Honor Vote Program

The Honor Vote program gives Tennesseans an opportunity to dedicate their vote to active-duty military personnel and veterans.

 
Purging Voter Registration

Once properly registered to vote in Tennessee, a person remains permanently registered unless the election commission must remove the registration from its records as a result of acts that require purging a voter. T.C.A. 2-2-105 and 2-2-106.

Acts Purging a Registered Voter

The registration of a voter shall be purged:

  1. Upon receipt of a request to purge by the voter.
  2. Upon learning that a voter has had a name change for ninety (90) days or more, except by marriage, and the voter has failed to notify the election commission.
  3. Upon the death of the voter.
  4. Upon receiving official confirmation that the voter has been convicted of an infamous crime as defined in T.C.A. 40-20-112.
  5. Upon written confirmation that the voter has moved outside the county of registration or has registered to vote in another jurisdiction.
  6. If the voter fails to respond to a confirmation notice, and if the voter fails to otherwise update the voter’s registration over a period of two (2) consecutive regular November elections following the date the notice was first sent.