Check early voting numbers in Randolph County

ASHEBORO – More than 1,300 voters went to the polls in Randolph County during the first four days of early voting for March’s primary.

Early voting began last Thursday.

On the first day, there were 504 voters, followed by 424 last Friday, 241 on Saturday and 146 on Sunday.

The highest turnout each day was at the Randolph County Board of Elections in Asheboro. There was a four-day total of 557 at the Asheboro location.

The four-day totals for the other three sites were as follows: Braxton Craven School in Trinity (343), Randleman Civic Center (229) and Franklinville United Methodist Church (186).

Early voting runs until March 2, open from 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. March 2. There’s no early voting this weekend (Saturday and Sunday). The primary election day is March 5, when voters can only vote at their assigned precinct.

By Randolph Record