More from Blake Farmer in Nashville who is talking to folks coming out to vote. A very interesting perspective about one voter saying she wants face time with candidates.
Poll workers in Davidson County are calling turnout “light but steady.” Many of the races may be decided by face-to-face campaigning.
Voters are getting calls from candidates who say given the prospect of low turnout, their vote could make all the difference.
Statewide, many candidates for the General Assembly have been wearing out the shoe leather to make the ask in person. South Nashville voter Judy Sullivan says she decided how to vote based in part on who came to see her.
“Means they’ll get out there and work. Those that won’t come door to door, they’re lazy. What is it they called it in the old time? They don’t have the fire in their belly.”