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Randall County Voter Turnout Approaching 4,000

Voter turnout in Randall County is approaching 4,000 as election day nears.

According to voter numbers released by the Randall County Elections Administration, nearly 4,000 voters have cast ballots in the March Republican and Democratic primary elections. Through Sunday, voter turnout has hit 3,942 with another 1,200 mail-in ballots cast as well.

Meanwhile, in Potter County, voter turnout is falling short of the Randall numbers, but is keeping up a steady pace. Through Sunday, 1,887 voters have cast ballots, with Sunday being the weakest turnout day at 116 ballots cast. 842 mail-in ballots have also been cast.

Voters will have the opporitunity to cast ballots early through Friday, March 2nd. Election day is March 6th.

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Photo by KSUT

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