Voter turnout in Prince George strong

The Progress-Index - - OPINION - Staff Re­port

Prince George County had a large voter turnout at its most pop­u­lated precinct on Tues­day with more than 600 vot­ers cast­ing their bal­lots by 10 a.m. at N.B Clements Jr. High School.

Elec­toral of­fi­cials said they were pleased with the num­ber of peo­ple com­ing in and out as the day had a steady flow de­spite the fact that there were no lo­cal of­fices up for re­elec­tion.

Vot­ers were at the polls to de­cide on a Vir­ginia Sen­ate seat, the 4th District Con­gres­sional seat and two con­sti­tu­tional amend­ments.

Both Prince George Repub­li­can and Demo­cratic com­mit­tees were rep­re­sented as vol­un­teers passed out in­for­ma­tion on the can­di­dates they sup­ported.

[ADRI­ENNE WAL­LACE/HER­ALD-POST]

Elec­tion of­fi­cials check vot­ers’ in­for­ma­tion at the PG Bland District on Tues­day.

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