Four amendments to the state constitution all appear to be on track to pass, based on more than 700,000 votes.
On Nov. 8, Tennessee voters will have the chance to alter the state constitution. The four amendments on the ballot are verbose, but on Thursday’s episode of This Is Nashville, WPLN reporters Alexis Marshall, Blake Farmer and Paige Pfleger broke down the choices voters are facing. Here’s a quick summary of each amendment.
Ballot Amendment 2 asks Tennesseans if the lieutenant governor should take over if the governor is temporarily sick or unable to perform his or her duties.