Caffeinate, Activate, Vote!

Caffeinate, Activate, Vote!

Posted by on April 4, 2022

Frothy Monkey’s 2022 Nonpartisan Voting campaign

In 2022 we are continuing our nonpartisan campaign to engage our communities to VOTE, not just in big elections but in EVERY election. 

We encourage all of our staff, neighbors, and guests to use your most powerful tool to impact policy – your vote! By ensuring people from a diverse set of backgrounds can participate at the polls, we make certain our government can represent us all.

If you’re new to voting it can be overwhelming to know where to start, but this post should help ease some frustration! Let’s get registered and find the polls near you.

Voting Resources + Information

There are so many amazing resources to make voting easy. First you’ll need to register! It takes less than 5 minutes to register to vote or check your voter registration status. Find the resources you need below!

Not sure if you’re registered?

Find Your State’s Information

Upcoming Elections in Tennessee

November 8th, 2022

The deadline to register to vote for the November State General Election is October 11, 2022.

Election Results from August 5th, 2022 State Primaries
See County General election results linked in the appropriate column below.

Tennessee Residents, Click on the links below to see your county’s website or linked documents for voting and election information.

Early Voting ScheduleEarly Voting ScheduleEarly Voting ScheduleEarly Voting Schedule
Absentee Ballot RequestAbsentee Ballot RequestAbsentee Ballot RequestAbsentee Ballot Request
Candidate ListCandidate ListCandidate ListCandidate List
View August 4th Results – StateView August 4th Results – StateView August 4th Results – StateView August 4th Results – State
August 4th Results – CountyAugust 4th Results – CountyAugust 4th Results – CountyAugust 4th Results – County
View May 3rd ResultsView May 3rd ResultsView May 3rd ResultsView May 3rd Results
Updated for November 8th, 2022 Tennessee State General Elections

To our friends outside of Tennessee, Please Visit for more information on your local county and state elections. 

Early Voting in Tennessee

It’s easy to take advantage of Tennessee early voting opportunities. We understand not all of our neighbors have flexible weekday schedules, so we encourage you to check out early voting times for the most flexibility.

Early Voting Schedule for November 8th Tennessee State General Election include

October 19th – November 3rd

Overlap of the Tennessee County and State Elections

Tennessee County and State Election Overlap Venn Diagram

November 8th – Tennessee State General Election

Tennessee State General Election for offices voted for in the August 4th primary.

See diagram under “Overlap of Tennessee County and State Elections” above for visual explanation.

CLOSED – August 4th – Tennessee County General Election + State Primary Elections for Additional Offices

On August 4th, voters will see candidates from the May 3rd, County Primaries return for the General Election, and also…State Primary Election Candidates for additional offices that include:

  • Governor
  • U.S. House of Representatives
  • Tennessee Senate (odd-numbered districts)
  • Tennessee House of Representatives
  • Republican and Democratic State Executive Committeeman and Committeewoman (all districts)

CLOSED – May 3, 2022 – Tennessee County Primary Elections

See results of this election in the table above.

Primary county elections in Nashville include, but are not exclusive to the the following offices:

  • County Clerk
  • District Attorney General
  • Public Defender
  • Register of Deeds
  • Trustee
  • Sheriff
  • Circuit Court Clerk
  • Criminal Court Clerk
  • Juvenile Court Clerk
  • Chancery Court Judge
  • Circuit Court Judge
  • Criminal Court Judge
  • General Session Judge
  • Juvenile Court Judge

Voter Registration for ALL COUNTIES can be done through the Tennessee Online Voter Registration System.

A More Equitable Election in Tennessee

As a part of our 2020 non-partisan campaign, we started a relationship with The Equity Alliance (TEA). This group of incredible community leaders aims to secure a more equitable and prosperous future for Black Tennesseans.

In the past we have distributed TEA voting stickers on our to-go cup sleeves and roasted a limited edition coffee to support their efforts. There is still work to be done, and we will continue to lift up their voices in 2022.

As a part of their goal to educate and engage voters, they have compiled free Voter Guides for Tennessee communities in Nashville, Memphis and Chattanooga. Their guides are available below!

In the meantime, find out more about The Equity Alliance, their community events, and their Projects and Programs, online at

The Equity Alliance (TEA) is a Nashville-based, statewide 501(c)(3) nonpartisan, non-profit organization who seeks to equip citizens with tools and strategies to engage in the civic process and empower them to take action on issues affecting their daily lives. TEA believes in using voter education, registration, and engagement as necessary weapons in the fight for social and economic justice – and so do we. Led by a dynamic duo of Black women, the organization is passionate and relentless in building Black civic and economic power. If you would like to donate directly, visit

Please Vote Nashville – An Illustrated Guide

*The information below will be updated for the November 8th election when it is available**

Teneessee’s all-volunteer voter guide is back in 2022! This non-partisan platform is run, illustrated and distributed by volunteers all over Nashville and Tennessee. This year, Please Vote Nashville worked with local artist Kami Baergen to create the 2022 Illustrated Ballot Breakdown. This is a gorgeous and simple way to digest all of the information for this year’s election and who is running for office. Download your copy of the Ballot Breakdown on Please Vote Nashville’s website.

You can also follow Please Vote Nashville and Kami on Instagram through the links below.

Upcoming Elections in Alabama

November 8th, 2022 | State General Election | 7 am – 7 pm

Deadline to Register to Vote for Nov 8th is October 24th, 2022

Find Your Voting Location

Polls will be open 7 am – 7 pm November 8th, 2022.

Ways to Vote:

In Person: Registered voters may vote 7 am – 7 pm at their designated voting location with a valid photo ID

Absentee Ballot: You may apply for an absentee ballot if you will be traveling, if you are ill, or meet other eligibility requirements.

Early In-person: Not available in Alabama.

Alabama Voting Schedule

October 24th – Voter registration deadline
November 1st – Last day to apply for an absentee ballot by mail.
November 3rd – Last day for voter to apply for an absentee ballot in person.
November 7th – Last day for voter to hand-deliver an absentee ballot.
November 8th – Absentee ballots returned by mail must be received by noon.*
November 8th, 2022 – General Election

November 8th – General Election

Voter registration deadline for general election October 24th, 2022

In November, the Alabama State General Election will be held.

Offices on the ballot include…

  • U.S. House – 7 seats – If you are our neighbor in Birmingham Alabama, you may be in one of three different districts for the US House. Find your district by visiting the Find My Elected Official Map.
    • District 3
    • District 6
    • District 7
  • U.S. Senate – 7 seats If you are our neighbor in Birmingham Alabama, you may be in one of three different districts for the US House. Find your district by visiting the Find My Elected Official Map.
    • District 3
    • District 6
    • District 7
  • Governor –
    • Kay Ivey (incumbent REP) Yolanda Flowers (DEM)
  • Lieutenant Governor
  • State House- 105 Seats
  • State Senate – 35 Seats
  • State Supreme Court – 2 seats
  • Municipal Government
  • School Boards
  • Ballot Measures – There are 9 measures on the Nov. 8 ballot.
    • What are Ballot Measures? A ballot measure is a law, issue, or judgement that is placed on an election ballot for voters to decide on the outcome. These have the potential to become laws or constitutional amendments.

For compiled lists of information regarding Jefferson County residents, you can visit

CLOSED – May 24th, 2022 – Birmingham – Shelby County Primary Election 

The 2022 Alabama Voter Guide is a comprehensive document outlining how to register, offices up for election, voting locations and more. 

CLOSED – June 21st, 2022 – Primary Runoff Election (If Necessary)

Guides + Resources for Alabama Elections

NAACP Legal Defense FundAlabama Voter Information The LDF has compiled comprehensive information on How and where to vote, as well as what is on your ballot in your area. Visit the link above to explore their guides.

The Alabama Secretary of State Website, Alabama Votes has some helpful tools to help you discover your voting districts and outlines voter registration and requirements for the state of Alabama.

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