One-fourth of Clay voters cast primary ballots | News
CLAY COUNTY, Fla. -- More than 32,000 people voted during the primary election in Clay County.
The 25 percent voter turnout includes absentee ballots and early voting, according to a news release from the Clay County Supervisor of Elections Office.
Thirty-nine percent of the 32,000 votes were cast prior to primary day though early voting or absentee ballot.
Chris Chambless, Clay County Supervisor of Elections said, "Congratulations to Precinct 710 at Penney Farms Town Hall for posting the highest precinct turnout at 46 percent. Precinct 700 at Kingsley Lake Civic Center posted a 44 percent turnout and Precinct 504 at Lake Asbury Community Center posted a 42 percent turnout."
By 9 p.m. Tuesday night, all 48 of the county's precincts had reported their results.
The supervisor's office said there were 129,943 registered voters eligible to vote in the primary election.
For election results, or more information, visit the Clay County Supervisor of Elections Office's website. For unofficial precinct-by-precinct information, click on the Election History section.