High voter turnout expected

Absentee ballots poured in last week in South Mississippi, indicating Tuesday’s election will have a strong voter turnout.
Circuit clerks in the three Coast counties reported that more than 3,100 absentee ballots had been cast by the end of the day Friday and that more were expected as county offices remained open Saturday morning for voting.
“There’s been a lot of interest in the congressional race,” Harrison County Circuit Clerk Gayle Parker said Friday. “The people who have come into the office want to vote.”

Read more
Sun Herald
11/1/10