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mid-term EXAM: Voters determine politicians’ fates on pass/fail basis PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 November 2010 10:44

Seward County voters cast their ballots this morning at the Seward County Activity Center. Voter turnout was brisk in the first hour with a steady stream lining up at the electronic voting machines. Most mid-term elections see a decrease in participation from the general elections, but so far there were more than 800 advance voters in Seward County and an additional 380 ballots sent in the mail. More than 240 voters cast ballots in the first hour. Voters were deciding on statewide office holders as well as who would represent the Big First District. Two Seward County districts were also choosing commissioners. Results are expected around 8 p.m. and can be found at www.hpleader.com or by following the High Plains Daily leader on Facebook. Daily Leader photo/Earl Watt

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