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Voting Expected to Pick Up Late in Durham

The polls remain open until 8 p.m..

By 5 p.m., less than a third of registered voters in Durham had voted in Tuesday's election — or 1,649 voters to be exact.

Moderator Lou Battipaglia remained hopeful, saying he expected about 50 percent voter turnout by the time the polls at Korn School closed at 8 p.m.

"It was really busy this morning, but then it slowed down," he said.

In 2007 — the last time a full election was held in Durham — 2,699 residents voted, or just short of 57 percent of the 4,745 registered voters at the time.

Check back with Patch for results from Tuesday's election.

Ana Maria November 09, 2011 at 01:49 AM
I'm always amazed how few exercise their right to vote.

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