Election Day Turnout Critical
Early voting turnout in Jefferson County appears to be low
So far the one-day high for early voters in Jefferson County has been Friday, October 22nd (474 voters)-a date when the early voting location in the county's most populous civil district, which encompasses White Pine and Baneberry-was not even open. The lowest turnout day, Saturday, October 16th with 137 voters, was a day that two of the county's three early voting stations were open until noon and the numbers should have been almost twice that amount, as they nearly were the following week at that time.
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