Election Administrator

 

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Macon County Election Commission
607 Hwy 52 Bypass E  Suite C
Lafayette, TN 37083
Phone: (615) 666-2199 
Fax: (615) 666-7469
maconelect@nctc.com

 Our Office has moved to:        607 Hwy 52 Bypass E Suite C, Lafayette TN, 37083 (next door to Macon County Health Department)

State Primary & County General 
August 4, 2016

Early Voting July 15th -30th
M-F 8:00 am- 4:30 pm
Saturday 8:00 -Noon
Late Night July 28 Till 7:00 pm



Results for Lafayette Municipal



 
Administrator of Elections: Barry Doss
E-mail: maconelect@nctc.com  

 Barry

Barry Doss
Administrator of Elections

Melinda

Melinda Sewell
Deputy Administrator

 

Election Commission

Election Commission
Sherri Sircy, Glen Harold Donoho, Brenda Coley, Georgia Ann Boles, and Kenny Kemp  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Starting in 2012 New Law Requires Photo ID to Vote

 

How can I check to see if I am Registered to Vote?
https://tnmap.tn.gov/voterlookup/ 
 

 What form do I need to Register to vote?
 http://www.state.tn.us/sos/election/registration.htm

Please send Registration forms to:
Macon County Election Commission
607 Hwy 52 Bypass E Suite C
Lafayette, TN 37083

 

What do I Change my Address or Name?
Please click here for a mail-in address & name change  form.
Please send Registration forms to:
Macon County Election Commission
607 Hwy 52 Bypass E Suite C
Lafayette, TN 37083

What District Do I Live In?
Please click here to see a Precinct Map.

  

Where Do I Vote?
Please click here for a list of Voting Precinct Locations.

 

What do I need to do for Absentee Voting?

 http://www.state.tn.us/sos/election/bymail.htm

http://www.state.tn.us/sos/election/absentee_military.htm

Please click here for Military Information

Form 76 or FPCA Form 76: 
www.fvap.gov

Please click here for Physician’s Statement

 

 Miscellaneous Forms

Certificate of Write-In Candidacy
http://www.state.tn.us/sos/election/forms/ss-3072.pdf

Certificate of Restoration
http://www.state.tn.us/sos/election/forms/ss-3041.pdf

Appointment of Political Treasurer
http://www.state.tn.us/tref/forms/ss-1120.pdf

Campaign Financial Disclosure Statement
http://www.state.tn.us/tref/forms/ss-1109.pdf

Instructions for Campaign Financial Disclosure Statement
http://www.state.tn.us/tref/forms/candidateinstructions.pdf

Disclaimer Law
Please click here to view pdf file

Qualifications for Office
Please click here to view this pdf form

Candidate Guidelines
Please click here to view this pdf file

Questions and Answers about Poll Watchers
Please click here to view pdf file 

 Miscellaneous Forms for Others

Do you want to work during elections?
Please click here to view this pdf form

  

About the Election Commission
The Election Commission, through the Administrator, is responsible for carrying out the electoral process in accordance with the laws and regulations of the State of Tennessee.  This consists of such things as:

bullet The hiring and training of all election workers.

bullet The purchase of all necessary supplies such as ballots.

bullet The layout of the ballots.

bullet Getting approval on the layout of the ballots from the State of Tennessee.

bullet Programming all of the voting machines.

bullet Tabulating all votes so that each and every vote is counted.

bullet Reporting all election results to the media.

bullet Reporting all election results to the State of Tennessee.

The Commission Office is asked for a wide range of information from local, state and national officials.  At the present time, there are over 13,411 registered voters in Macon County.  The Election Commission probably has the most comprehensive database of the population of Macon County.

Voter registration drives are held each year in both high schools and periodically in other places.  One of our goals is to register as many people in the county as possible.

From time to time, the Administrator is asked to speak to high school classes to explain the workings of the election process in Macon County.  He is also responsible to appear before the County Commission with budgets and any other matters which pertain to the Election Commission.