Mar 5, 2024 - News

Photo gallery: Super Tuesday time machine

Al Gore speaking in a diner setting.

Former Vice President Al Gore talking to reporters at Elliston Place Soda Shop on March 8, 2000, a day after he dominated the Democratic presidential primary races on Super Tuesday. Photo: Luke Frazza/AFP via Getty Images

In honor of Super Tuesday, we're highlighting some memories from Tennessee primaries past.

Don't forget: Polls for Tuesday's races are open 7am-7pm. Some polling places have changed; Nashville residents can find their polling place online.

  • Reference Axios Nashville's Super Tuesday guide before heading to the polls.
  • And follow Axios' live coverage of Super Tuesday beginning at 2pm for both local and national reporting.
John McCain speaks in a high school gym.
Former Sen. John McCain speaks to supporters at Montgomery Bell Academy on Feb. 2, 2008, days before that cycle's Super Tuesday. Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images
Mitt Romney speaks to a scrum of reporters.
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks to reporters outside Pancake Pantry in Hillsboro Village on Feb. 4, 2008, just before that cycle's Super Tuesday contests. Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Hillary Clinton orders coffee.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton stops by Fido in Hillsboro Village on Feb. 28, 2016, while campaigning ahead of 2016's Super Tuesday contests. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
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