Tri-Star State: What We Learned About Nashville Voters In The Mayor’s Race | Nashville Public Radio

Tri-Star State: What We Learned About Nashville Voters In The Mayor’s Race

May 27, 2018

In a busy year for elections in Tennessee, from governor to Senate to numerous state seats. Nashville mayor was not supposed to be one of them. But last week, the city elected David Briley to replace Megan Barry on a long-term basis.

In this week’s edition of The Tri-Star State, Nashville Public Radio's Jason Moon Wilkins and reporter Tony Gonzalez discuss what the results in Tennessee’s largest city reveal about voter demographics, and whether the the outcome sends a message to Democrats seeking statewide office.