Race for Sheriff Among Hot Races for Primary Elections
Election season is on, and with November's presidential election stirring voter eagerness, tomorrow's Alachua County primary election is no less important says the Supervisor of Election.
This campaign season has produced one of the hottest local campaigns of the season, the race for sheriff. While both the incumbent Sadie Darnell and her opponent Lonnie Scott are Democrats anyone can vote.
Pam Carpernter, Supervisor of Election says she expects at least 40% voter turnout because of the popular races, "We're actually going to be selecting two constitutional officers and two representatives for school board and possible a county judge."
Early voting ended on Saturday, but absentee ballots can still be cast until tomorrow at 7pm. All polling stations in Alachua County will be open tomorrow from 7a.m. in the morning until 7p.m. in the evening.
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