Who is on the ballot in the next Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee or national election? How can you learn more about the candidates? How do you register to vote? See the links below for information on these topics and more related to elections.
Check our calendar for upcoming forums. After forums are conducted, we'll post web streaming links below.
RUTHERFORD COUNTY ELECTIONS
Recordings of all of our 2018 RuCo forums are indexed at
or check the RCTV broadcast schedule at http://rutherfordcountytn.gov/rctv/current-schedule.htm
Check your county districts and zones at https://tnmap.tn.gov/voterlookup/
CITY OF LA VERGNE ELECTIONS
Alderman forum: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9OEw9M14X0&feature=youtu.be
For a Channel 3 programming schedule, see https://www.lavergnetn.gov/287/Channel-3
As part of our commitment to voter service, the League attempts to schedule candidate forums for most contested races in Murfreesboro and Rutherford County. In order to assure impartiality and comply with FCC rules for televised events, a majority of candidates must agree to participate in order for the League to go forward with a forum.
We regret it anytime that any candidate is unable to participate, as we are strong, nonpartisan advocates for the voter education that these forums encourage. However, working out the logistics of candidate availability, League volunteer availability, and the availability of municipality staff and resources realistically limits the dates and times we can consider.
Vote411.org is a site to find the facts about voting, to look up your state and US districts, and to find your polling place and local districts based on the Tennessee voter registration database.
Do you want to find your state legislators?
You can also find your state senator or representative here
We post local election information closer to election time. You can also check with the Rutherford County Election Commission for more about early voting dates, the new VOTING CENTER locations, and more.
Young voters age 18-24 should check out MyFirstVoteTN.org. This site has helpful information and short videos to answer many common questions, including how to register, how to find your polling place, how to decide who to vote for, and even WHY you should vote.