Alachua County voter turnout numbers disappointing
The results are in, and turnout in Alachua County was not as high as the Supervisor of Elections Office had hoped it would be. Alachua County Supervisor of Elections Pam Carpenter says early voting and absentee ballot turnout seemed to indicate a higher turnout on election day.
The next election in Gainesville will be the city’s runoff election on February 28.
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