Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Black Swamp Update

Two emails from Black Swamp Conservative:
As of 6:00 p.m., roughly 30% turnout has been recorded in Archbold Precincts One and Three, while the 50% mark had been passed in Archbold Two (the precinct for which I am committeeman). Quite obviously the 80% turnout predicted by Brett Kolb, Director Fulton County Board of Elections, is not going to be reached. But obviously the school issue is bringing voters out to the polls in much greater numbers than the predicted statewide average.
Update #2:
As of closing of polls at 7:30 p.m., Archbold Two registered a greater than 60% turnout, with precincts One and Three coming at (this is a rather rough number) 35%. Aside from Archbold Two, these numbers are so significantly less that what had been predicted by the Fulton County Board of Elections, and what early numbers for voter turnout indicated (see above) that I'm having trouble assigning any predictions to results at this point.
There you have it from the Black Swamp...

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