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"Vote early and often" is the standard joke on Election Day, but if the turnout Nov. 4 proves to be as large as predicted, voters may find themselves lucky to get through the lines to vote once.
"We're psyching ourselves up for an 85 percent turnout," County Clerk Sue Carole Perry said. "So if it turns out to be just 75 percent, we will have a good day."
With he presidential election, hotly contested Senate and Congressional seats, local legislative, city council and school board meetings, a record turnout would not be a surprise.
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