STATEWIDE: LIGHT VOTER TURNOUT REPORTED IN NJ PRIMARY

Statewide, voter turnout has been very light in today’s primary elections in the state of New Jersey. Statewide surveys show that voter turnout has been very light even in areas where there are contested primaries for congressional candidates. In non-presidential years, voter turnout can be very light during primaries in the state of New Jersey, even hovering around eight percent. In Cape May County, voter turnout will be a little heavier due to a hotly contested republican primary election for two seats on the Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders.

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