The State Board of Elections (SBOE) added 507 voters to the absentee voter file this morning. Yesterday a total of 2,670 voters had returned their voted ballots, today the number increased to 3,177. Go to ncvotetracker.com to see the voter turnout breakdown by county, districts (congressional and legislative), political party, race, age and even precinct.
So far Bladen County has cast the most votes. Perhaps, the beer and wine referendum on the ballot in Bladen is what is moving the voters to vote early. Bladen is also in the 7th Congressional District which has a pretty hotly contested Republican Primary this year.
Tomorrow (April 24, 2014) is the first day of one-stop early voting – visit ncvotetracker.com on Friday to see how many people voted on the first day of early voting. Click here to find a one-stop site in your county.
The NC Vote Tracker relies on official vote data from the State Board of Elections. Each day, the Board updates their absentee voter file with the previous days input from the 100 local boards and we take the data and add it to ncvotetracker.com.