Super Tuesday voters in some states brave severe weather

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — As Super Tuesday voting got underway, deadly storms that spawned tornadoes and heavy rains left treacherous conditions in at least two of the 14 states where residents were voting. Nashville Mayor John Cooper said alternate sites were arranged for 15 polling places out of the 169 precincts in Nashville's combined city-county area. "The likelihood of you being able to vote regularly at your home precinct is very great," Cooper said at Tuesday's news conference. Davidson County Administrator of Elections Jeff Thomas said voters from anywhere in the county can go to two so called "supersites" to cast their ballots. The route to those sites is a main thoroughfare that's not closed due to damage, he said. Some polling sites in Nashville and in Davidson and Wilson c
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