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Early Voting Numbers Coming In

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RALEIGH, N.C. — The Wake County Board of Elections has reported that nearly 18,000 people have cast early votes for Tuesday's elections.

The total includes votes cast at one-stop voting locations as well as ballots that had been requested by mail.

Sherry Poucher of the Wake County Board of Elections said mail-in votes would continue to be counted through Monday. Mail-in votes had to be in the Wake Election Board's office by 5 p.m. Monday.

As of Sunday, the one-stop voting total was 17,893, and 3,207 mail-in votes had been counted.

Here are the numbers at the different sites as of Sunday:





Cary Senior Center: 3,796

Wake Human Services in Fuquay-Varina: 1,331

Garner Community Services: 1,377

Green Road Community Center: 2,049

Wake County Board of Elections: 4,091

Northwest Police Substation: 2,587

Phillips High School: 611

Wake Forest Town Hall: 1,057

Wendell Community Center: 994

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