Ways you can vote
Absentee By Mail
Eligibility for absentee voting is determined by state law and registration for absentee voting is managed by your county of residence. Some residents may qualify for placement on a permanent absentee voter list. All absentee voters who return a ballot for any election must do so by mail.
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Military / Overseas Voting
Military personnel, their family members and overseas voters (UOCAVA voters) may receive their absentee ballot via e-mail or by-mail upon request. UOCAVA voters may track when the ballot was received by their local county election commission office. The voted ballot must be received by the local county election commission office by the close of polls on election day to be counted.
In-Person Early Voting
Prior to most elections, we offer you the opportunity for registered Carroll County voters to cast their ballots early. The Early Voting period begins twenty (20) days before an election and typically ends five (5) days before Election Day.
Early Voting for the Presidential Preference Primary in Carroll County, occurs only in the Election Office. Early Voting is February 14-27 (except February 19 closed) , M-F 8:30 AM to 4:00PM. Saturdays 9:00AM – Noon, at the County Office Complex, 625 High St, Suite 113, Huntingdon, TN 38344.