Voter Turnout Continues To Grow In Lubbock - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/27/04

Voter Turnout Continues To Grow In Lubbock

Time is running out to vote early in Lubbock. You have until Friday.

So far, more than 34,000 Lubbockites have cast their votes. NewsChannel 11 has fielded calls from several voters frustrated by long lines. But, not every location is busy. The most popular voting location is United at 82nd and Slide, turning in almost 6500 votes so far. They've seen more than 2,000 voters in the past two days. The United at 4th and Slide and Albertson's on 50th are equally as busy.

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If you want to avoid lines, drive downtown. City Hall has turned in only 654 votes in nine days of early voting.

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