Voters in Tennessee have begun casting their ballots through early voting.
The early voting period goes until Oct. 29. All locations are closed on Sundays and have varying hours between Monday and Saturday.
There is at least one early voting location per county. The state does not limit voters to their precincts during the early voting period.
For the Aug. 6 state primary/local general election, early turnout was relatively heavy compared with in-person voting. Election authorities expect -- and hope -- that pattern will continue.
Below is a map of the locations. By clicking on an icon, you can see the hours and dates when a given voting location is open. You can also see the voting method.
If you wait until Nov. 3, it's possible there could be lines at certain times, especially at polling places that are traditionally busy. Presidential elections draw the biggest response. If you're in line at 8 p.m., you'll still be allowed to cast your vote. If you show up at 8:01 p.m., you'll miss out.
But election officials across the state are urging all voters to vote early if at all possible. It ensures the process is smoother for everyone.