CLEVELAND – Overall voter turnout in Cuyahoga County has unofficially surpassed the total turnout in the county during the last midterm general election in 2014.
The total turnout in Cuyahoga County on November 4, 2014 was 39.56 percent, according to certified election results from the county’s Board of Elections. A total of 350,534 votes were cast – 209,773 on Election Day, 131,963 absentee, and the rest were provisional, post-election day or post-absentee.
As of 3:19 p.m. Tuesday, the total turnout for Cuyahoga County of the 2018 General Election was 39.84 percent, with X votes case on Election Day and 161,930 absentee, according to unofficial results from the county’s Board of Elections. The polls close at 7:30 p.m.
There are a total of 899,326 eligible voters in Cuyahoga County. Of eligible voters in the county, 44.1 percent identified as Democrat, 24.9 as Republican and 30.9 percent as nonpartisan.
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