Cherokee Tribune – Cherokee sees a light turnout for early voting

6
Jul

Cherokee Tribune – Cherokee sees a light turnout for early voting

The first week of early voting for the July 22 general primary runoff election wrapped up Thursday, as the Cherokee Elections office was closed Friday for the Fourth of July holiday.

Early voting began June 30, and interim Elections Supervisor Kim Stancil said turnout has been decent, but she expects early voting to pick up as Election Day nears.

“The turnout has been light to average,” Stancil said Thursday. “This is the first week and people are getting ready for the holiday.”

The last day for early voting is July 18, four days before the general primary runoff election to decide two local races and several state and federal elections.

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