Mont. Co. Board of Elections expect 72 percent of voters to turnout

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Official report there’s about 370,000 registered voters in Montgomery County. They estimate about 70 to 72 percent of voters will cast ballots in today’s election.

Wait times have been steady throughout today–no more than 5 to 10 minutes–except for Tuesday morning. Some voters had to wait as long as 45 minutes at St. Alberts Church.

At C.F Holiday Elementary in Dayton, one voter reported not getting their full ballot

“There was a precinct election official that got a little flustered and only issued one page of a two page ballot,” Montgomery County Board of Elections Director Jan Kelly said. “We were able to get in contact with the voter and hand deliver the second page and have that person vote their ballot so that issue has been resolved.”

Officials numbers on exit polls and voter turnout won’t be available until late Wednesday.

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