Voting remains steady at Weston polls


Absentee ballots may make the difference in today’s election. —Kimberly Donnelly photo

A steady stream of voters continues to come to the polls at Weston Middle School to cast ballots in the election. As of 4PM. a total of 3,597 people voted in person, representing 53% of Weston’s registered voters. With the approximately 800 absentee ballots that were returned, voter turnout is at about 65% so far.

Weston voter turnout traditionally has run at about 90% for presidential elections.

Polls are open until 8 p.m.

Besides candidates for President, U.S. Senator, U.S. Representative, state Senators, and state Representative, there is also a question on charter revision on today’s ballot. Click here for more information, which is also available at voter check-in outside the polls at the middle school.

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