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Congressional District 3 2nd General Daily Vote Totals for September 4

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    Below are the turn out numbers for one stop voting for this week for the September 10th, 2019 Congressional Election. Voting will continue through September 6th.

Cong Dist 3 2nd GENERAL 2019
 
One Stop Daily Totals
 
     
  
Daily Count
Totals
 
08.21.19
Wednesday
240
240
 
08.22.19
Thursday
273
513
 
08.23.19
Friday
258
771
 
08.26.19
Monday
256
1027
 
08.27.19
Tuesday
244
1271
 
08.28.19
Wednesday
244
1515
 
08.29.19
Thursday
223
1738
 
08.30.19
Friday
265
2003
 
09.02.19
HOLIDAY
2003
office closed - Labor Day
09.03.19
Tuesday
362
2365
 
09.04.19
Wednesday
342
2707
 
 
Aurora OS Site
48
2755
 
 
Belhaven OS Site
59
2814
 
09.05.19
Thursday
 
2814
closed at 12 Noon - inclement weather
 
Aurora OS Site
 
2814
 
 
Belhaven OS Site
 
2814
 
09.06.19
Friday
2814
closed - inclement weather
     
  
TOTAL
2814
 
     



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