Yesterday, Tennessee was one of many states that participated in Super Tuesday–the single biggest day of presidential primary voting.
Residents of: Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Virginia, Massachusetts, Vermont, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Minnesota and Alaska (Republican primary only) and Colorado (Democratic primary only) participated in Super Tuesday.
While Trump saw much success, winning Tenneesee, Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas, Virginia and Massachusettes, he actually did not receive the largest percent of votes from Williamson County residents.
Here’s how Williamson County residents voted in the Republican primary:
On the Democratic side, Hilary swept the Tennessee vote with 66% of the vote. Here’s how Williamson County residents voted in the Democratic race.
*information for pie charts from elections.tn.gov.
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