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Tennessee polling locations affected by severe tornado damage on Super Tuesday

Tennessee polling locations affected by severe tornado damage on Super Tuesday
Posted at 8:10 AM, Mar 03, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-03 09:30:30-05

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A series of severe storms and tornadoes overnight in Middle Tennessee has disrupted several polling stations on Super Tuesday.

Both Davidson and Wilson Counties have reported that their polling stations will open an hour later than scheduled. Polls will now open at 8 a.m. local time as opposed to 7 a.m.

Several other polling stations have consolidated at local high schools and churches.

Voting precincts at Hadley Park Community Center, Robert Churchwell Elementary, Centennial Park Art Center, Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church, or Union Hall 373 have consolidated at Pearl Cohn High School.

Precincts at Hermitage Presbyterian, Dupont Tyler School, Hermitage Hills Baptist Church, Hermitage Community Center, TN School for the Blind or Two Rivers Middle School have consolidated at Donelson Presbyterian.

Precincts at Ross Elementary, East Community Center, Shelby Community Center, Martha O'Brian or Cora Howe School have consolidated at Cleveland Community Center.

Any other voters in Davidson County — the county the encompasses Nashville — whose assigned precinct has been impacted can vote at the Election Commission Offices.

Sixty-four delegates are up for grabs in Tennessee in the Democratic presidential nomination race. Tennessee is one of 14 states that will hold its presidential primary on Super Tuesday. A total of 1,344 delegates are up for grabs in the Super Tuesday primaries.

This story was originally published by Caroline Sutton on WTVF in Nashville.