Vote Tracker is the user-friendly database at the Civitas Institute’s Carolina Transparency website that helps pundits, political junkies and ordinary people better understand the early voting numbers. The data comes straight from the State Board of Elections (SBOE) website, where it is refreshed each morning with the previous day’s early voting activity.
First introduced in 2010, NC Vote Tracker allows us to break down the early voting data by party, age, gender, race, congressional and state House and Senate districts. The first numbers we will be seeing from Vote Tracker are from absentee by-mail ballots.
Here are just a few facts you will find on NC Vote Tracker today.
A total of 3,869 people have cast ballots and have had them accepted by the local boards of elections.
The top 3 counties in terms of numbers of ballots are:
The congressional district with the highest number of votes cast is Congressional District 11 with 584 ballots cast
By party the vote looks like:
Counties missing in action: (Small counties may very well not have any absentee ballots to report, but Durham and Rowan wouldn’t fall into that category. We called Durham today and they said that they had been busy but promised to process the 20 or so ballots they had received so we can see them by tomorrow, Rowan has not returned our call).
Go to NC Vote Tracker and see how your county, precinct or legislative district is voting.