Campaign and Poll Workers Saw 'Lackluster' Election Day Turnout in Dallas County
By the time polls were closing, the county’s 9.83% unofficial turnout roughly matched what the county expected
Published May 6, 2019 at 5:23 AM
Election Day dragged along for poll workers and campaigners at polling sites Saturday, with voter turnout just shy of 10% for Dallas County’s municipal elections.
Most of the county’s voters cast ballots early — there were about 74,400 early voters compared to just under 54,900 Election Day voters.
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