ASHEBORO – Nearly 4,000 more voters in Randolph County cast early ballots for this month’s primary compared to a similar election cycle four years ago.
With four early voting sites, the total number of voters in Randolph County checked in at 10,205. Fourteen days of early voting concluded Saturday afternoon.
Saturday’s number of voters was 1,055.
The primary day was set for Tuesday.
In 2018, the total number of early voters in the county was 6,376.
This spring, the final tallies for the four sites were: 5,019 at the Board of Elections office in Asheboro, 2,108 at Braxton Craven School gym in Trinity, 1,610 at the Randleman Civic Center and 1,468 at Franklinville United Methodist Church.
With the exception of May 1 (the only Sunday for early voting), each day there were more than 500 voters, topped by Friday’s 1,363.