Fewer early voters turned out on Tuesday than on the first day of early voting, according to information released this week.
In new counts released by the Potter County Elections Administration, officials say that 232 votes were cast on the second day of early voting. That number is down from the 296 votes that were cast on the first day of early voting. In addition, officials say 797 mail-in ballots have already been cast in the May 22nd primary runoffs.
Potter County Republicans are deciding three races to replace retiring judges. Democrats in Potter County are voting in their party's statewide runoff for governor.
Early voting runs through Friday. Election Day is Tuesday, May 22nd.
For more information, please visit pottercountyvotes.com.