12,640 Have Voted Early In Hamilton County So Far

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

There have been 12,640 Hamilton County residents go to the polls thus far during early voting leading up to the Aug. 7 election.

That includes 9,290 getting Republican ballots and 3,039 Democratic.

Here are the results from Monday:

ABSENTEE/BY MAIL

Ballot Type - D 71
Ballot Type - G 56
Ballot Type - R 174
Location Totals 301

 

Location - BRAINERD REC CTR

Ballot Type - D 1,298
Ballot Type - G 2
Ballot Type - R 975
Location Totals 2,275

 

Location - ELECTION COMMISSION

Ballot Type - D 919
Ballot Type - G 34
Ballot Type - R 2,381
Location Totals 3,334

 

Location - EASTWOOD CHURCH

C
Ballot Type - D 142
Ballot Type - G 3
Ballot Type - R 1,815
Location Totals 1,960

 

Location - NORTHGATE

Ballot Type - D 609
Ballot Type - G 36
Ballot Type - R 3,945
Location Totals 4,590

 



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