Elderly Voters or Voters with Disabilities
Persons who are 60 years of age or older and voters with disabilities or elderly and whose polling place is not accessible may choose to vote at the Election Commission Office, by mail, or during early voting.
During the Early Voting Period
The early voting period for the March 3, 2020 Presidential Preference Primary, Overton County Republican and Democratic Primaries will be February 12th thru February 25th. All voters are eligible to vote early.
Absentee Ballot by Mail
Voting by mail requires a written request. Requests may be mailed to the Overton County Election Commission at P.O. Box 384, Livingston, TN 38570. The last day to receive a request for an absentee ballot is February 25th. Absentee voting by mail does not require a State of Tennessee or federal government-issued photo ID. For complete details regarding voting by mail, please call 931-823-5985.
At the Election Commission Office on Election Day
The voter may cast his or her ballot at the Overton County Election Commission Office on Election Day. Voters must file a one-time statement at least ten days prior to Election Day. It is not necessary to file a statement prior to every election. The next election is March 3, 2020. The deadline to file for this election is February 22, 2020. Please call 931-823-5985 to obtain a form or stop by the Overton County Election Commission Office. The office is open from 8:00 A.M. until 4:30 P.M. Monday thru Friday. The office is located at 312 West Broad Street Livingston, TN 38570.
Photo ID Law
State of Tennessee or Federal Government issued Photo ID is required to vote, unless an exception applies. College student ID’s will not be accepted. To learn about the law and its exceptions, please call the Overton County Election Commission Office at 931-823-5985 or visit GoVoteTN.com
Overton County Election Commission
Beth Cox, Chair Jack Kirby, Secretary
Sonny Parsons Larry Duewer Cathryn McNeely Murphy
Craig Story, Administrator