Tuesday is last day of early voting for Tennessee primary

Tuesday is the last day of early voting for Tennessee’s presidential primary on March 1.
    
More than 214,000 people voted through Saturday, with about two out of three ballots cast in the Republican primary.
    
Tennessee’s ballot for the primary was set in December, meaning several candidates who have dropped out of the race remain on the ballot. Voters will be able to choose between 14 Republicans and three Democratic candidates for president, depending on which primary they are voting in.
    
Voters will also choose among a lengthy list of candidates seeking to serve as delegates at the Democratic and Republican party conventions.
    
About one-third of ballots were cast early in Tennessee’s presidential primary in 2008 and 2012.

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