These two charts are comparisons of this primary’s one-stop voting turnout to 2008 and 2010 turnout. All numbers are through the Wednesday before the last Saturday in the one-stop voting period. Click here to see the first chart I posted comparing 2012 to 2008.
We have added new information to the NC Vote Tracker – you can now see the ballots requested and voted – by party. When voting in a primary in North Carolina, registered Democrats receive the Democratic ballot, registered Republicans receive the Republican ballot, Libertarians would get the Libertarian ballot and unaffiliated voters have the option to [...]
Did I hear someone wish for a table that included vote totals for the counties? (votes through April 23, 2012) county_desc CountOfvoter_reg_num ALAMANCE 856 ALEXANDER 605 ALLEGHANY 216 ANSON 391 ASHE 224 AVERY 99 BEAUFORT 405 BERTIE 227 BLADEN 735 BRUNSWICK 1240 BUNCOMBE 3709 BURKE 748 CABARRUS 658 CALDWELL 1232 CAMDEN 25 CARTERET 709 CASWELL 84 CATAWBA [...]
Today’s numbers (according to the State Board of Elections) reflect early voting through last night. NC Vote Tracker does a great job translating the early voting data. So far 61,413 people have voted in the primary election – 56,039 at one-stop sites. Dem 28,824 Rep 19,892 Una 12,594 Lib 103 Unaffiliated voters continue to ask for [...]
According to the State Board of Elections data, 1,433 voters have returned their absentee ballots to their county board of elections office. So far the breakout of ballots returned by party looks like this: Democrat 596 Republican 508 Unaffiliated 324 Libertarian 5 But, Unaffiliated voters are eligible to vote either a Democratic, Republican or non-partisan [...]