ASHEBORO — Turnout has varied at Randolph County’s four locations for early voting during the first few days for the primary.
The busiest location has been at the Randolph County Board of Elections on North Fayetteville Street in Asheboro. That site had the largest number of votes in each of the first three days (324, 308, 130).
The next most popular early voting site has been Braxton Craven School gym in Trinity, where 142 votes were cast the first day followed by 136 and 58.
Franklinville United Methodist Church drew 73, 123 and 64 voters for 260 total.
Randleman Civic Center had the lowest total turnover for the first three days with totals of 110, 56 and 33 for 199 total.
County residents can vote at any of the early voting locations. Early voting began April 28 and it ends at 3 p.m. May 14.
Until May 14, the only weekend date for early voting was this past Sunday.
The primary is set for May 17. On that date, voters must cast ballots at their designated precincts.
The Randolph County Board of Elections cancelled a meeting scheduled for last week. Another meeting was on this week’s calendar.