Beaufort County's 2022 Voter History Statistical and Vote Totals by Precinct | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    Please find attached the Voter History Statistical and Vote Totals by Precinct for November 8th, 2022. I am also attaching a turn out worksheet with percentages by precinct listing lowest to highest. Please let me know if you have any questions.

    I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

2022_11_08_Voter_History_Statistical.pdf

2022_11_08_Beaufort_Results_by_Precinct.pdf

2022_11_08_Turnout_Worksheet_by_Precinct.pdf



   Contact: Kellie Harris Hopkins, Director
   Beaufort County Board of Elections
   1308 Highland Drive, Suite 104 / PO Box 1016
   Washington, NC 27889
   Phone: 252-946-2321
   Fax: 252-974-2962
   Email: kellie.hopkins@beaufortcountync.gov
   Website: WWW.beaufortncboe.org
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