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Tennessee has open primaries, so whether you consider yourself a Democrat, Republican or Independent, if you want to vote for judicial and other seats, you should request a Democratic ballot. There are no Republicans or Independents running for any office, thus this primary is actually the finale for all these races. Per our Metro charter, races for mayor, vice-mayor and city council are non-partisan, but County races remain partisan. To vote, you must present a Federal or State issued Photo ID (Passport, Driver’s License, etc). You do NOT need to show your voter’s registration card. Early voting continues at multiple locations through April 26th. On May 1st, you may only vote at your assigned precinct, 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM. You can find your assigned precinct, based on your home address, at nashville.gov/vote. Note for District 34 residents who usually vote at Forest Hills Baptist Church: your precinct has temporarily moved to Forest Hills City Hall diagonally across the intersection of Old Hickory Boulevard and Hillsboro Pike. Be sure to make a plan to vote early this week or on May 1.
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