Still undecided or feeling uninformed before Election Day on Thursday? Well, there’s plenty of reading (and listening and viewing) material available for your next 72 hours.
WPLN rounded up some of the most helpful election stories from across local media, as well as collecting a list of links to some of the niche surveys that the mayoral candidates filled out for interest groups.
- Profiles of the leading mayoral candidates: David Briley, John Ray Clemmons, John Cooper and Carol Swain
- A deep dive into the candidates' talking points: WPLN Fact-Checked 31 Claims. Here’s What We Found.
- An overview of the races: What To Expect In Nashville's Election
- The 15 at-large candidates answer three questions: Meet The At-Large Council Candidates
- A quick overview to other questions on the ballot: Voters Will Decide On Two Charter Amendments
- All of WPLN's Election 2019 coverage, including several questions for the mayoral candidates. (You can refer back to this page easily: wpln.org/election2019.)
WPLN tracked down as many of the publicly available candidate surveys as possible. These tend to focus on specific subjects. In many cases, groups used surveys to inform their endorsements, but the answers were not published.
- Nashville Business Journal’s 40 business-centric questions
- Walk Bike Nashville, on mobility
- Community Oversight Now, on criminal justice
- Nashville Tree Conservation Corps, on trees
- A Voice, on poverty
- The Equity Alliance voter guide
Highlights From Other Local Media
- The Tennessean: Video interviews with mayoral and at-large candidates
- Nashville Scene: Analysis of at-large Metro Council (and candidate interviews)
- Nashville Scene: All 35 district council races
- WSMV: 10 Questions With The Mayoral Candidates
- NewsChannel 5: Live Debate Questions And Answers
- Campaign fundraising reports by The Tennessean and the Nashville Post
Did your organization collect and publish a survey? Please put it in the comments before Election Day, and WPLN will update this story.