Voter registration applications are also available at the following locations:
- Election Commission office, Anderson County Courthouse
- Tennessee Driver License Testing Center
- Public assistance agencies
- County Clerk's offices
- Register of Deeds office
- Your local high school
- Your public library
- Area city hall buildings
Mail Completed Applications To:
100 North Main Street
Anderson Co Courthouse Room 207
Clinton, TN 37716-3683
If you are a registered voter in Anderson County and have changed your address, you have until five days before an election to update your registration with the election office. Please call (865) 457-6238 for information on how to change your address.
If you are a registered voter in Anderson County and have changed your name, you have until five days before an election to update your registration with the election office. To change your name, you are required to file a new registration form to update your signature.
To register to vote in Anderson County you must be:
- AT LEAST 18 YEARS OLD
- A U.S. CITIZEN
- A RESIDENT OF ANDERSON COUNTY
- YOU MAY NOT HAVE BEEN CONVICTED OF A FELONY
* If you have been convicted of a felony and have had your rights restored according to law, you may register to vote. Download Restoration of Voting Rights form here.
* If you will be 18 before the next election, you may register to vote prior to your birthday.
Registration closes 30 days prior to any election.
Registration applications hand delivered or postmarked on or before that date will be processed by the Election Commission office.
Honor Vote Program
The Honor Vote program provides Tennessee citizens an opportunity to dedicate their vote to those who are serving or have served in the U.S. military.
Legislative District Information
Have a question about your voting district or your district commissioner? Find out all you need to know about Anderson County Tennessee voting precincts and the commissioners that serve each district.
Photo I.D. Requirement for Voting
The Tennessee Department of State has launched a campaign to educate citizens about the new photo identification requirement that will go into effect for elections held in the state after Jan. 1, 2012. After that date, people who wish to vote will be required to show photo identification when they arrive at the polls.