Election Commission

Welcome to our website! The Madison County Election Commission is located in Jackson, Tenn. We are responsible for the conduct of all elections held within Madison County, including those for the cities of Jackson, Medon and Three Way. These responsibilities include polling place arrangement, appointment and training of election officials, printing of ballots, preparation of election supplies, purchase, storage and maintenance of voting machines and the certification of election results.

Register to Vote Online

This link can be used to register to vote or to update your address if you are already a registered voter in Madison County, Tennessee and have moved to a new address within this county.  When you move to a new county, your registration does not transfer.  You must register to vote in the new county.  The U.S. Postal service does not notify the Election Commission that you have moved.  It is the responsibility of the voter to notify the Election Commission.  


Next Election

December 10, 2019

Recall Election on the question of whether to recall Dorothy A. (Doris) Black, Jackson-Madison County School System Board Member, District 4, Position 1.

Voting Hours

Early voting will be held at the Madison County Election Commission at 311 North Parkway in Jackson.  The voting place will be the election commission office and not the agricultural complex auditorium where it is normally held. The election office is the at the southwest corner of the Madison County Agricultural Complex.  If you use GPS, it is important to type the word "North" in its entirety. 

Early Voting Dates and Hours

November 20th  through December 5th 

Weekdays 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Saturdays 9:00 - 12:00 Noon

EXCEPTION:  Early voting will be closed on Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th because they are state holidays.

Election Day Voting Hours

 December 10th    

8:00 am - 7:00 pm

Sample Ballot

Click here to see sample ballot

Voting by Mail

As long as a registered voter has either registered in person or has voted at least once, voting by mail is an option as long as you attest to one of a number of reasons. Anyone who reached the age of 60, is disabled or is the caretaker of a disabled person may vote absentee by mail. There are other reasons that would allow you to vote by mail.


Madison County Election Commission Members

Phil Bryant, Chairman
Nell Huntspon, Secretary
David Johnson
Phyllis Means
Mike Bledsoe

Next Election Commission Meeting

Tuesday, October 22 at 10:00 am in the small conference room adjacent to the Election Commission office located at 311 North Parkway in Jackson.

Voting & Candidate Resources