I arrived at my supposed polling place this morning (after the polls opened) only to find it locked:
I recently moved to my new address, and I had used the Nashville Metro Government’s Polling Place Finder to find out where to vote.
Unfortunately, the location it gave me was wrong.
As seen in the map above, I was directed to the Centennial Art Center in the northeast corner of this large park. It took me half an hour to find the correct place to vote, the Centennial Park Art Activity Center, which is near the opposite corner of the park (and I was walking).
Even more perplexing was that the Polling Place Finder gave me the address for the entire park, when the building clearly has its own address:
@nashensnews @Tennessean It's ACTUALLY on the other side of the park. In Nashville, you have to EXERCISE to exercise your right to vote.
— clairedavisposey (@clairedposey) March 1, 2016
(In the map above, I used a random address within my precinct.)