==Dead people voting, 2006==
- See also: Dead people voting
- In 2006, the Tennessee State Senate voted to nullify the election of Ophelia Ford after an investigation revealed that three poll workers had faked votes in her behalf, including at least two votes cast in the name of dead people.
Sullivan County allegations
- See also: Felon vote fraud
Sullivan County Administrator of Elections Jason Booher said in October 2009 that "information given to him by state election officials indicates about 100 felons fraudulently registered, are registered still, and voted in the county — some going back as far as the early 1960s."
Voting in Tennessee while residing elsewhere
- In 2006, Harold Ford, Sr. a former U.S. Congressman, voted in an election in Memphis while simultaneously claiming in Florida that he was a legal resident of Florida in order to take advantage of that state's homestead tax break for a $2.5 million home on Fisher Island in Miami Beach.