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Only 25 percent of Alabama’s voters turned out for Tuesday’s Senate race… and that’s up from previous elections

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Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill said this afternoon it looked like about 25 percent voter turnout in today’s special U.S. Senate race between Democrat Doug Jones and Republican Roy Moore.

At A Glance: Only 25 percent of registered voters turned out to vote in the Alabama Senate election Tuesday, and that is actually considered high turnout for this type of election.

This is a trend throughout the United States where less than half of all registered voters show up to vote in elections and make decisions for the majority of the state.

Full Story: Merrill: Turnout about 25 percent today statewide | Elections | timesdaily.com

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