2010 Tennessee Code
Title 2 - Elections
Chapter 7 - Procedure at the Polling Place
2-7-115 - Residence requirements Primary election voting requirements.
2-7-115. Residence requirements Primary election voting requirements.
(a) A voter may vote only in the precinct where the voter resides and is registered, but if a registered voter has, at any time prior to voting, changed residence to another place inside the county, the voter must vote pursuant to the provisions of § 2-7-140. If a registered voter has, within ninety (90) days before a state primary or general election or federal primary or general election, changed residence to another place inside Tennessee but outside the county where the voter is registered, the voter may vote in the polling place where the voter is registered. If the voter has, within ninety (90) days before an election, changed name by marriage or otherwise, the voter may vote in the polling place where the voter is registered or is entitled to vote under § 2-7-140.
(b) A registered voter is entitled to vote in a primary election for offices for which the voter is qualified to vote at the polling place where the voter is registered if:
(1) The voter is a bona fide member of and affiliated with the political party in whose primary the voter seeks to vote; or
(2) At the time the voter seeks to vote, the voter declares allegiance to the political party in whose primary the voter seeks to vote and states that the voter intends to affiliate with that party.
[Acts 1972, ch. 740, § 1; 1974, ch. 801, § 1; T.C.A., § 2-715; Acts 1997, ch. 550, § 9; 2000, ch. 756, § 14.]
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