~ from Knox County Election Commission
Early Voting for the 2022 Federal/State Primary, Knox County General, and Town of Farragut Municipal Elections begins Friday, July 15th at ten locations across Knox County.
- Carter Senior Center
- City County Building (Small Assembly Room)
- Downtown West
- Eternal Life Harvest Center at Five Points
- Farragut Town Hall
- Halls Recreation Center
- Karns Senior Center (opens at 9 am weekdays)
- Knoxville Expo Center
- Meridian Baptist Church
- New Harvest Park
The schedule for the 14 days of Early Voting is generally:
- 10 am until 6 pm on weekdays and
- 10 am until 3 pm on the three Saturdays (July 16, 23, and 30) with the following exceptions:
Karns Senior Center – 9 am to 6 pm weekdays; this location will be closed on the first two Saturdays (KARNS WILL BE OPEN ON THE LAST SATURDAY, JULY 30TH).
Meridian Baptist Church – will close at 5 pm on Wednesdays.
City County Building – open on Saturday, July 16th from 8 am to 4 pm
NOTE: Early Voting will stay open until 7 pm on July 25, 26, and 27 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday of that week).
This ballot is the longest in Knox County since the August 2014 ballot.
NOTE: EVERY VOTER WILL RECEIVE TWO SHEETS (TWO PIECES OF PAPER) WITH RACES ON BOTH SIDES.
This ballot is a combination of:
- The Federal and State Primary ballot (Republican and Democratic)
- The Knox County General ballot (including all judicial positions, two district-only County Commission seats, and five school board seats)
- The Town of Farragut Municipal ballot, and
- Retention questions for twenty-six (26) Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, and Court of Criminal Appeals seats.
All told, this ballot features 58 to 61 different contests (depending on the voter’s address) for Knox County voters to cast a vote in.
When a prospective voter enters the polling place, shows their photo ID, and verifies their address, they will be asked in which primary they wish to vote. While voters in Tennessee DO NOT register by party, a voter must choose a primary if they choose to cast a ballot in the primary election.
A wealth of information, including:
- Sample Republican ballot
- Sample Democratic ballot
- Sample General ballot
- List of Early Voting locations/addresses
- Daily Early Voting schedule
- Address lookup/district lookup tool
- Financial disclosures for candidates
- Application for absentee ballot
- Daily Early Voting totals (beginning Monday, July 18th)
can be found at www.knoxvotes.org