October 6th is the deadline for new voter registrations in DeKalb County in time for the November 4th elections.
October 30 is the deadline for voters who are already registered in DeKalb County to change their address on their voter registration if they have moved.
The DeKalb County Election Commission encourages people who have moved to keep their address current on their voter registration. Polling places are assigned according to a person's residence.
If you have moved and fail to change it on your voter registration, you will be required to fill out the form on election day and vote at the correct polling place.
Please call 597-4146 if you have any questions.
On November 4th, DeKalb County voters will head to the polls for the Presidential election.
The major candidates are Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain.
Other offices on the ballot include U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives (6th District), and Tennessee House of Representatives (40th District)
Candidates for the U.S. Senate are Republican Incumbent Lamar Alexander and Democratic challenger Robert D. Tuke.
6th District Congressman Bart Gordon will be unopposed.
Three candidates are in the race to succeed Frank Buck in the State House of Representatives, Democrat Cleveland Derrick Bain of Smithville, Republican Terri Lynn Weaver of Lancaster, and Independent Ray Amalfitano of Dixon Springs
Early voting dates are October 15th through October 30th. Times have not yet been announced.