Tuesday, March 16, 2004
This is about all I could find online by googling -- will keep hunting...
The News-Gazette Online
"It will certainly be the lowest of my four general primary elections," he said.
However, one southeast Urbana precinct – Cunningham 14 – saw "above average" turnout this morning, with 117 voters by 9:30 a.m., said election judge Rupert Evans.
"Quite often we only have about 200 in a primary," Evans said, working at Clark-Lindsey Village, 101 W. Windsor Road, U. "It's been a fairly steady stream. We didn't expect it because of the snow."
Any comments from where any of you voted? And if you haven't yet, go do it and avoid the rush. Polls close at 7:00 pm, in time to get home for American Idol -- unless there's a line.
Where I voted this morning, they said that turnout had been steady. I'd been a pollwatcher in the last election, and the good news is that the precinct has added a good 200 or more registrations since 2 years ago.
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