July 2018 At the present time Warren County has 19,795 active voters.
"A Kid's Guide to the US Government" ( As suggested by Miss Reece Brown)See HERE
Online Voter Registration Check it out HERE for more information.
The GoVoteTN App allows Tennesseans the opportunity to view sample ballots, locate their polling location and learn about their district. Available for iOS, Android and Online. Click HERE for more information.
The Honor Vote Program gives Tennesseans the opportunity to dedicate their vote to active-duty military personnel and veterans. Find out more info HERE
If you have recently moved into Warren County, please contact the Warren County Election Commission at 931-473-5834, for information on updating your voter registration. You can also print, fill out, and return the form found HERE
Change Your Address If you are already a registered voter in Warren County, and need to update your address, you can print, fill out, and return the form found HERE
If you are interested in being a Warren County Poll worker in an upcoming election, please print the application HERE and return to Susie Davenport at the Election Commission Office 931-473-5834
- Unofficial results for 5/1/2018 Election.
- Photo Id Information
- Printable Brochure with 2018 schedule
- City and County Officials
- Mail-in Application For Voter Registration
- Military/Overseas Absentee Information
- Absentee Voting FAQ
- Application for an Absentee Ballot By Mail
- Restoration of Voting Rights
- Using the Microvote Machine
- Warren County Redistricting Map
- Color Coded County Commission District Map
- Redistricting Legal Definitions (compressed file)
- Student Voting Guide
- Federal Voting Assistance Program
- Federal Election Commission
- Official TN Government Website
- TN Secretary of State Elections Site
- Check Your Voter Status & District
- Warren County Chamber of Commerce
- Official Warren County Website
- Official McMinnville Website
- Republican Party Information
- Democratic Party Information
Warren County elections are performed on Infinity Voting Terminals manufactured by Microvote General Corporation. These panels are designed to meet the requirements of the Federal Election Commission's standards (FVSS) for reliability, accuracy, performance and testing standards. For more information please visit their website.
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