Voters Scarce in Primary Elections
Elections officials said voter turnout numbers were lower than usual.
By noon, only 213 residents had come to the Morse Institute Library to cast a vote in the local primary elections, a turnout lower than usual, election administrators said.
"I think its because there are no big races, it's mostly incumbents," Dorothy Manning, an election clerk said.
Among the races on the ballot were votes for State Legislature and Governor's Council, which has a field of Democratic challengers.
We will have updates for you on the winners of each race as information becomes available.