Early voting for the November 21st runoff continues through Saturday, and Secretary of State Tom Schedler is not yet ready to predict whether voter turnout will exceed last month’s primary.
“You know, this science is not becoming any easier,” Schedler says, with a chuckle.
Turnout for the October 24th primary election was anything but amusing, at a dismal 38.5 percent.
“History would tell you, and data would tell you that we would be below 38-and-a-half percent,” Schedler says. “I think this time we’ll at least match that or maybe increase it, so goes along with everything else in politics today: it’s kind of going against the mainstream of what you would expect.”