By The Arkadelphian
A total of 1,346 Clark County voters cast a ballot during the two weeks that made up early voting. According to the Clark County Clerk’s Office, 355 voted on Monday, the final day of early voting.
In all, 11.1 percent of the county’s 12,168 registered voters participated in early voting. There was slightly less participation in this election cycle’s early voting compared to 2018. County Clerk Mona Vance said more than 1,400 voted early during the 2018 primaries.
Of those numbers, a majority chose the Republican ballot, more than 900, while nearly 400 opted for the Democratic ballot.
That’s 3.2 percent of the county’s 12,168 total registered voters.
The clerk’s office reported on its Facebook page that, of the 372 votes cast by end of day Friday, 262 had voted Republican, 101 had voted Democrat and 5 opted for the non-partisan ballot.
You can view a sample ballot before going to the polls by clicking HERE. Just enter your name and date of birth, then click “Look Up” to see a personalized ballot with three options — Democrat, Republican or Non-Partisan — to choose from.
Election Day is Tuesday, with polls opening at 7:30 a.m. Click HERE for list of vote centers in Clark County. Polls will close at 7:30 p.m., and results will be read at the Clark County Courthouse. Stay tuned to The Arkadelphian‘s Facebook page and website once polls have closed for the latest updates on the election.
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