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The posts: Local voters talk Election Day

By , Daily Memphian Updated: November 08, 2022 9:31 PM CT | Published: November 08, 2022 6:49 PM CT

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Tuesday, Nov. 8 is Election Day and voters in the Mid-South voiced their thoughts both on their ballots and online.

The Shelby County ballot includes many races, as well as four Tennessee Constitutional Amendments.


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Voters will decide to keep or remove language in the state constitution legalizing slavery and whether to make the state’s “right-to-work” law a part of the constitution. 

In Memphis, voters are seeking to fill seats for Municipal Court Judge, Division 2, and District 4 of the Memphis City Council.

But it was on social media where they were encouraging people to vote, sharing their thoughts on this year’s election and who they believe can best lead the state as governor.

Voting pride

Photojournalist Karen Pulfer Focht captured folks dancing with campaign signs at a Memphis poll site.

Many other Tennesseans are posting their “I Voted” stickers with hopes that other folks will get out to the polls.


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Locals criticize the election

Some Memphians had a few things to say about the local election culture and which candidates are eligible to run for office. 


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Jasmine McCraven

Jasmine McCraven

Jasmine McCraven considers herself to be a music enthusiast and believes that she makes the best playlists ever. She is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State, but couldn’t wait to move back home to Memphis for the best food and culture in Tennessee.


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