Register to Vote:
- Go Vote TN Online Voter Registration System can be accessed here.
- If you register to vote online, the first time you vote you must vote in person or have your ID confirmed at your county election commission office ahead of time if you plan to vote absentee
- In person registration -> Can be done at your local county election commission office
- Montgomery County Election Commission Office - Contact Information
- You can download an Voter Registration Application Form for Tennessee, click here.
- Types of ID required for voting, information can be found here.
- Information on Early In-Person Voting can be found here.
- To check if you qualify or to request an absentee ballot, click here.
- Absentee and Mail-In Voting are the same thing, there is no difference. In Tennessee you have to have a specific excuse in order to vote absentee.
Check or Update Your Voter Registration Information
- If you have recently moved or need to update your voter information, click here.
- To check to see if you are already registered to vote, click here.
Voter Information and Resources
- Get the State of Tennessee Official Voter app – GoVoteTN - that includes resources and information
- State of Tennessee Election Calendar - know when to VOTE
- Information on State and Federal Candidates, click here.
- Sate of Tennessee Voting Systems information, can be found here.
- Non-partisan information from Ballotpedia and Sample Ballot, click here.
- Register or update your information or sign up for Election Reminders at TurboVote
- Nonpartisan Voter Information can be found at Vote 411
For Military and Military Families
- The Federal Voter Assistance Program for military and family is available here.
- Military and Overseas (UOCAVA) Absentee Voter Information, click here.
APSU Art + Design Professor Paul Collins 100 Days Project
- Civic Art Projects promoting voting have been placed all over Nashville and Clarksville
- To see pictures of the art, go to https://www.instagram.com/impaulcollins/
- For a Map on where each art project is located, go to http://tinyurl.com/signmap
Civic Engagement on Campus and You
If you are an APSU student interested in civic engagement opportunities on campus or in the local and statewide community, or if you are a member of a community organization interested in collaborative civic-based projects, please contact Dr. Kevin Baron in the Department of Political Science and Public Management at email@example.com.
APSU is part of the All In Campus Democracy Challenge
More information on the All In Campus Democracy Challenge and opportunities, click here.
APSU is a Member of the American Democracy Project
The American Democracy Project (ADP) is a network of 296 state colleges and universities focused on public higher education’s role in preparing the next generation of informed, engaged citizens for our democracy. ADP was established in 2003 as a nonpartisan initiative of American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) in partnership with The New York Times.
More information on the American Democracy Project, click here.
National Conference on Citizenship
The National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) is dedicated to strengthening civic life in America. We pursue our mission through a nationwide network of partners involved in a cutting-edge civic health initiative, our cross-sector conferences and engagement with a broad spectrum of individuals and organizations interested in utilizing civic engagement principles and practices to enhance their work. Connecting people for the purpose of strengthening civic life is our goal. At the core of our joint efforts is the belief that every person has the ability to help their community and country thrive.
More information on the National Conference on Citizenship, click here.
Use of University Property for Political Activity by University Employees
With regards to federal, state, and local elections coming, President Licari has directed that all APSU faculty and staff be reminded of state and federal law prohibitions on political activity by University employees. For further information, please see http://www.apsu.edu/legal-affairs/political-activity-apsu-employees.php.
You may direct any questions you have regarding political activity by State University employees to the Office of Legal Affairs, 601 College Street, Browning Building/Rm 151, Clarksville, TN 37044, firstname.lastname@example.org, 931-221-7572