AARP & Elections Coordinator Information Session

AARP, Elections Coordinator answer questions about law requiring voters to take photo identification to polls WHAT:

Tennessee Elections Coordinator Mark Goins talks about the new state law requiring voters to take photo identification to the polls. The Q&A session, hosted by AARP Tennessee, is open to the public. Please register because seating is limited – 1-877-926-8300. WHEN:

Tuesday, Oct. 25

Noon EDT

AARP volunteer meeting to follow


Jackson Courtyard Marriott 200 Campbell Oaks Drive

Jackson, TN 38305 WHO:

Mark Goins, Tennessee Coordinator of Elections Shelley Courington, AARP Tennessee Advocacy Director WHY:

The law, which takes effect in January 2012, could impact thousands of Tennesseans including those over 60 years old with drivers‘ licenses that don‘t have photos. AARP has teamed with state officials on a series of question and answer sessions to discuss details of the law and ensure that Tennesseans have the information and documentation they need to exercise their right to vote. For more information about the new law, download a fact sheet from the Division of Elections (, visit the web site at or call 1-877-850-4959. To learn more about AARP Tennessee, visit our web site at, Faceboook page at or follow us on Twitter at

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