More than 9,000 turn out for early voting in Randolph County

ASHEBORO – There were 9,245 voters casting ballots in early voting in Randolph County.

That was the final tally reported by the Randolph County Board of Elections on Saturday.

Saturday marked the heaviest turnout for early voting with 1,294 voters. That was slightly higher than Friday’s 1,241.

Early voting began Feb. 15.

The primary will be held Tuesday, when voters must report to their designated precinct in order to cast a ballot. A photo ID is also required.

Of the four locations for early voting, the Randolph County Board of Elections office in Asheboro had the highest turnout for each of the days. More than 500 voters went to that site on both Friday and Saturday.

The second-busiest location across the early voting period was Braxton Craven School in Trinity, followed by Randleman Civic Center and Franklinville United Methodist Church.

By Randolph Record