NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Local faith leaders have been showing their support for the multi-million dollar transit plan.
On Saturday, the group Faith Leaders United hosted Faith Day at the polls.
People voted inside the Bordeaux Library, while others held signs and had cookouts outside.
The pastors said the plan will give Nashvillians access to jobs, allow them to get to school, and keep them from wasting time stuck in traffic.
Early voting has been set to end April 26 with Election Day on May 1.