Primary turnout is light at Weston polls

Signs line the road leading to the polls at Weston Intermediate School for the U.S. Senate primary. —Kimberly Donnelly photo

Signs touting candidates for the U.S. Senate primary line the road leading to the polls at Weston Intermediate School. —Kimberly Donnelly photo

6:15 PM — Laura Smits, Democratic registrar of voters, said as of 6 p.m., 247 Democrats and 491 Republicans had voted in the Weston primaries. That is an 11.5% turnout for the Democrats and a 25.5% turnout for the Republicans, not including the absentee ballots.

As of noon today, just under 11% of Weston Republicans had cast a vote in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate. They are outpacing Democrats, who had just under a 4% turnout for the Democratic primary as of noon.

Susan Moran, Republican registrar of voters, and George Guidera, election moderator, reported that 210 of the 1,928 registered Republicans and 77 of the 2,136 registered Democrats had cast ballots at Weston Intermediate School in the first six hours of voting this morning.

The polls are open at the intermediate school until 8 p.m.

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