Monday, October 26, 2009

Latest Early Ballot Numbers

Posted By on Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 2:52 PM

Early voting in the city election continues to climb, but almost two-thirds of those citizens with early ballots have yet to make up their minds.

Here's the latest, with numbers as of today:

A total of 68,102 ballots had been mailed to city voters. Of those, 24,802 ballots had been returned, which comes out to roughly 36 percent.

Party breakdown:

• 32,313 of those ballots went to Democrats; 12,249 of those ballots had been cast, for a return rate of roughly 38 percent.

• 21,683 of those ballots went to Republicans; 8,249 of those ballots had been cast, for a return rate of roughly 38 percent.

• 369 of those ballots went to Libertarians; 115 of those ballots had been cast, for a return rate of roughly 31 percent.

• 162 of those ballots went to Greens; 62 of those ballots had been cast, for a return rate of roughly 38 percent.

• 13,575 ballots had been sent to people who aren't registered with any of the above parties; 4,127 had been cast, for a return rate of roughly 30 percent.

More thoughts on early voting here.

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