Election 101: All you need to know to vote in today's election

Election 101: All you need to know to vote in today's election

August 2nd, 2012 in Chattagov


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Document: Hamilton County polling places

List of Hamilton County polling places

Document: Sample Democratic ballot

Sample Hamilton County Democratic ballot

Document: Sample Republican ballot

Sample Hamilton County Republican ballot

Polling places in Tennessee are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. local time today.

Find your Hamilton County polling place and sample ballots here.

You'll need a government-issued ID to vote today. The Hamilton County Election Commission says the following forms of ID are acceptable:

• Tennessee driver's license with photo

• U.S. passport

• Department of Safety photo ID

• Photo ID issued by federal or state government

• Employee ID from U.S. Department of Energy

• U.S. military photo ID

• State-issued handgun carry permit with photo

The election commission says college-issued student IDs and other photo IDs not issued by federal or state governments will not be accepted.

Visit our elections page for a quick cram session on candidates and issues in today's election. You can also see how our respective editorial pages weighed in on today's voting.

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