Up to 11,358 early voters at the Franklin County Early Vote center, Morse Road, Columbus, Ohio have voted at the 2016 U. S. Presidential race. Also 147,115 absentee ballots have been mailed from the center.
The Deputy Director, Franklin County Board of Elections, David Payne told The New Americans that turn out “is expected to rise on Saturday, October 29 and Sunday, October 30 being weekend.”
A breakdown of voting showed that more people turned out to vote on the first day, Wednesday, October 12 with recorded votes of 2,486.
Other days included Thursday October 14, with 2,075; Friday, October 15, with 2,476; Monday, October 17, with 2,285 and Tuesday, October 18, with 2036.
Weekend voting days are Saturday, October 29; Sunday, October 30; Saturday, November 5 and Sunday, November 6.
Meanwhile, voting time on Monday, November 7 will close at 2pm instead of 5pm.