Karen Collier, left, and Julian Hudson, talk with LeMoyne-Owen College political science professor Damita Dandridge, right, during a “Voting Is My Superpower” voter registration drive at Southbrook Mall in Memphis on Oct. 3, 2020. The event offered walkup and drive-thru voter registration opportunities on five different dates. The deadline to register to vote in Tennessee is October 5. Photo by Brandon Dill for MLK50

The United States is at a crossroad and at the center is the 2020 Election. Which way the country goes will depend on you, the voter.

We want to know your plan to vote. Early or on Election Day? How are you getting to the polls? Are you worried that your vote won’t be counted?

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Enter your address here and see which races and candidates are on the ballot.

This sample ballot tool originated as a project of The Chicago Reporter and is provided with support from Newspack and the American Press Institute. Candidate data is sourced from Ballotpedia.
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In Shelby County, early voting runs Oct. 14 — 29. Absentee ballot requests must be delivered to the Shelby County Election Commission by Oct. 27. Election Day is Nov. 3. To find your polling place or request an absentee ballot, check here.


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