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STATE OF TENNESSEE

METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY


DEMOCRATIC COUNTY PRIMARY AND TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM REFERENDUM ELECTION

MAY 1, 2018

Chancellor, GENERAL SESSIONS JUDGE CRIMINAL COURT CLERK


Chancery COURT PART 2 DIVISION 3 VOTE FOR ONE (1)
UNEXPIRED TERM UNEXPIRED TERM
20TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT VOTE FOR ONE (1)
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ANA L. ESCOBAR HOWARD GENTRY
ANNE C. MARTIN
SHERYL GUINN
STEVEN MURFF
JOY M. SIMS
NEWTON S. HOLIDAY, III WRITE-IN
SCOTT TIFT
NICK LEONARDO
JUVENILE COURT CLERK
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CRIMINAL COURT JUDGE DIVISION 2


20TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT JEFF CRUM
UNEXPIRED TERM GENERAL SESSIONS JUDGE
VOTE FOR ONE (1) DIVISION 10
UNEXPIRED TERM TYESE HUNTER
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ANGIE BLACKSHEAR DALTON SHERRY JONES


SAM COLEMAN

JOY SMITH KIMBROUGH MICHAEL D. JOYNER


FRANK MONDELLI, SR.

WRITE-IN LONNELL MATTHEWS, JR.


TILLMAN PAYNE

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JOYCE GRIMES SAFLEY
PUBLIC DEFENDER
20TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COUNTY CLERK
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MARTESHA L. JOHNSON SHERIFF BRENDA WYNN


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DARON HALL

REGISTER OF DEEDS
COUNTY TRUSTEE VOTE FOR ONE (1)
KENNY HARDY
VOTE FOR ONE (1)

WRITE-IN RICHARD J. EXTON


CHARLIE CARDWELL

CIRCUIT COURT CLERK KAREN JOHNSON


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PAM MURRAY
RICHARD ROOKER

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STATE OF TENNESSEE
METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY PRIMARY AND TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM REFERENDUM ELECTION

MAY 1, 2018

DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE


COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 1 COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 3 COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 6
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED VOTE FOR ONE (1) VOTE FOR ONE (1)
VOTE FOR ONE (1)

WILL ALLENSWORTH
WRITE-IN HELEN M. HUGHES

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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 1
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
VOTE FOR ONE (1) COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 4 COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 6
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
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COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 2
VOTE FOR ONE (1) DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 4
COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 7
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
DANAVAN HYLTON VOTE FOR ONE (1)

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WRITE-IN ISAAC KIMES

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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 5
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 2
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
KATHARINE HERIGES FRANK HUNDLEY COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 7
VOTE FOR ONE (1)

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TARA HOUSTON

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COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 3 COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 5
VOTE FOR ONE (1) NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
BARRY D. BARLOW COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 8
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VOTE FOR ONE (1)
DAVID KEITH HARRIS

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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 8
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STATE OF TENNESSEE
METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY PRIMARY AND TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM REFERENDUM ELECTION

MAY 1, 2018

DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE


COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 9 COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 12 COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 15
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE


COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 9 COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 12
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED VOTE FOR ONE (1) DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
VOTE FOR ONE (1) COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 15
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
WRITE-IN SIDNEY BENNETT

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COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 10
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 16
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
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NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
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COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 10 WRITE-IN
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COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 16
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
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NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
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COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 11
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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 17
COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 14 NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
WILLIAM C. (BILL) BRITT VOTE FOR ONE (1)
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
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COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 11 DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 17
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 14
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STATE OF TENNESSEE
METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY PRIMARY AND TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM REFERENDUM ELECTION

MAY 1, 2018

DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE


COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 18 COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 21 COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 24
VOTE FOR ONE (1) NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
VOTE FOR ONE (1) VOTE FOR ONE (1)

GARY BYNUM
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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 24
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 21 VOTE FOR ONE (1)
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 18 VOTE FOR ONE (1)
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
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JENNY CHARLES

CYNTHIA J. HICKS
MIRIAM LEIBOWITZ

DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
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NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
VOTE FOR ONE (1)

DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 19 DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
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VOTE FOR ONE (1)
VOTE FOR ONE (1)

DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
DEVON L. JOHNSON COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 22
no candidate qualified DAVID E. BRANDON
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 19
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
VOTE FOR ONE (1) COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 25
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 23
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VOTE FOR ONE (1)

ELIZABETH JOSLIN ROTH


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COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 20
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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 23 DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
ALEXANDER BISSELL VOTE FOR ONE (1) COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 26
NO candidate qualified
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
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KATHLEEN CARLSON
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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE WRITE-IN


COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 20
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 26
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
NO candidate qualified
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
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STATE OF TENNESSEE
METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY PRIMARY
MAY 1, 2018

DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE


COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 27 COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 30 COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 33
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
VOTE FOR ONE (1) VOTE FOR ONE (1) VOTE FOR ONE (1)

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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 33
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE VOTE FOR ONE (1)
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 27 COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 30
VOTE FOR ONE (1) NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
JENNIFER A. SAMARDAK

ARLENE MARTIN-NORMAN WRITE-IN


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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 31 DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 34
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE VOTE FOR ONE (1) VOTE FOR ONE (1)
COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 28
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
WRITE-IN ANDREW E. HILL

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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 31
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 28 COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 34
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED VOTE FOR ONE (1)
VOTE FOR ONE (1) ALEXANDRA POWELL

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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 29 COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 32
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
VOTE FOR ONE (1) VOTE FOR ONE (1)
COMMITTEEMAN DISTRICT 35
NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
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DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 32
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 29 VOTE FOR ONE (1)
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEEWOMAN DISTRICT 35
JOYCE E. NEAL NO CANDIDATE QUALIFIED
CYNTHIA B. DIRKSON VOTE FOR ONE (1)

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STATE OF TENNESSEE
METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY PRIMARY AND TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM REFERENDUM ELECTION

MAY 1, 2018
“Passage of this measure allows the Metropolitan Government to improve and expand transit services
to include: expanded bus service countywide; new transit lines; new light rail and/or rapid bus service along
Nashville’s major corridors, including the Northwest Corridor, and a tunnel connection through downtown
Nashville; new neighborhood transit centers; improvements to existing train service; safety improvements, in-
cluding sidewalks and pedestrian connections; and system modernization.

This transit program’s capital cost is estimated to have a present day value of $5,354,000,000 and the
program is estimated to require $8,951,062,000 in revenue through 2032. Once construction is complete, the
estimated present day value of recurring annual operating and maintenance costs is approximately $99,500,000.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority and the Department of Public Works will undertake implementation of the
program.

This transit program will be funded by tax surcharges, debt, federal grants, farebox revenues and con-
vention center and airport authority participation. The tax surcharges consist of: 1) a sales tax surcharge of 0.5%
for the first five years, increasing to 1% in 2023; 2) a hotel/motel tax surcharge of 0.25% for the first five years,
increasing to 0.375% in 2023; 3) a 20% surcharge on the business tax; and 4) a 20% surcharge on the rental car
tax. These tax surcharges will end once all debt issued for the program has been paid and the Metropolitan
Council determines by resolution that the revenues from the tax surcharges are no longer needed for operation
of the program.”

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