Mass early voting turnout in Tennessee
Voting in Tennessee started earlier yesterday, tens of thousands of voters rushed to the voting stations. To date, photos and videos from polling stations demonstrate excellent organization and responsibility.
The early vote line at the Howard Office Building downtown Nashville. Well over 100 people in line. Voting starts at 8am. pic.twitter.com/zZ68kJam29— Justin McFarland (@ThisJustinTv) October 14, 2020
99 percent of voters observe social distancing, wear face masks and wait in long lines.
Local officials were not surprised by such a massive voter turnout. According to official information, October 29 is the last day of early voting.
I always vote the moment early voting opens, which is today in Tennessee through Oct. 29. When I arrived before the polls opened, there were already 100+ people in line! Every single person, except our state senator incumbent, was wearing a mask. Well done, #Tullahoma. #vote pic.twitter.com/M4wYchBnMM— Kristin Luna (@LunaticAtLarge) October 14, 2020
Long lines for the first day of early voting in Knoxville, Tennessee.— Lee Sessions (@LeeSessions77) October 14, 2020
Photos of Downtown West, Knoxville Expo Center, the Love Kitchen and New Harvest Park taken by the Marquita Bradshaw for Senate Campaign, Mike Steely, Vivian Shipe and Gloria Johnson. pic.twitter.com/7DeyTgMFn2