Nashville mayoral candidates on immigration policy: Here are the key takeaways

Nashville mayoral candidates on immigration policy: Here are the key takeaways

From deportation to police body cameras, four mayoral candidates discussed how they would lead Nashville on immigration issues Monday, at a time when the country remains divided.

It was standing room only at Plaza Mariachi where more than 700 people attended the evening forum hosted by Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition.

There are nine candidates vying to unseat Mayor David Briley in the August election. Briley was at the forum, along with two of his major challengers: state Rep. John Ray Clemmons and at-large council member John Cooper.