TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Mar 7, 2019
A new bill regarding party registration has passed the Tennessee House Elections and Campaign Finance Subcommittee, the Nashville Post reports. The bill would allow for party registration but not require it to vote in primary elections. Those who choose to register as a member of a party would be prevented from voting in another party’s primary. The legislation comes after a bill with a similar topic, which would have required party registration to vote in primaries, failed in a House committee.