UPDATED: Turnout in primary runoff slow thus far
by Everett Catts
08:51 AM, Tuesday, July 22
(UPDATED TUESDAY AT 8:51 A.M. WITH INFO, QUOTES FROM ONE LOCAL POLLING PRECINCT) Judging by the turnout at one local polling place, voters are not rushing to cast their ballots in Tuesday’s primary runoff election. At High Point Elementary School ...

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