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星期二, 11月 08, 2016

截至今午3點 波士頓市投票率37.6%

MAYOR WALSH TO DISCUSS ELECTION TURNOUT IN BOSTON
MAYOR WALSH TO DISCUSS ELECTION TURNOUT IN BOSTON
BOSTON - Tuesday, November 8, 2016 - Tonight, Mayor Martin J. Walsh will join Boston Elections Commissioner Dion Irish in hosting a media availability to discuss the turnout of today's General Election. The polls in Boston opened today at 7:00 a.m. and will close at 8:00 p.m. 

There are currently 415,536 registered voters in Boston, the highest number in the City in over 30 years. Prior to the 2012 presidential election, there were 387,142 voters registered in Boston.

During the Early Voting Period there were 47,909 ballots cast, representing 11.5% of the registered voters in the City of Boston. 

The latest turnout results from the Elections Department show that by 3:00 p.m., 156,192 voters, or 37.6% of voters, had cast their ballot.