Northern Utah residents voting in solid numbers

The line of voters at the Cache County Administration building was growing Tuesday morning as residents came out to cast their votes.
A resident of Cache County drops their ballot into the mail in drop off location adjacent to the Cache County Administration.

Mail-in ballots have been coming in to the Cache County Clerk’s office over the last several weeks. Additional ballots are being cast Tuesday on the official election day. According to the Utah elections office, over 50% of registered voters throughout the state have already cast a ballot by 9:50 a.m. on Tuesday, November 6th.

Ballot Assistance Centers have been set up at multiple locations throughout Cache County for those waiting for the last day to cast their vote, or who have yet to register to vote. Voters may go to the Nibley City Offices at 455 West 3200 South, the Smithfield Civic Center at 50 East 100 North and at the Cache County Administration Building at 179 North Main in Logan and will be open until 8 p.m.

Sarah Werman voting inside the Cache County Administration building accompanied by her dog Francis.

As of 9:50 a.m. Tuesday, of the 54,554 registered voters in Cache County, 27,595 ballots had been processed. Of the 1,342 registered voters in Rich County, 600 ballots had been processed, representing 44.7% of voters. And, in Box Elder County, 12,106 ballots had been processed of the 24,914 registered voters, representing 48.6% of voters.

The highest turnout, so far, is in Southern Utah’s Garfield County with 74.9% of ballots processed from registered voters.

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