Hinds County voters returned to the polls Tuesday in the special election runoff for county attorney, but election officials reported extremely low turnout, which isn’t uncommon for runoffs. One lawmaker hopes bills he is introducing will increase the numbers casting their ballots. Throughout much of the day, Tuesday poll workers sat waiting for voters. At Precinct 14, Fondren Presbyterian Church, only eight people had voted by 11:30 in the special runoff is for county attorney. According to Hinds County election officials, just 6.8% of registered voters cast their ballot in the November 7 election. There are more than 150,800 registered voters in the county.Full Article: Lawmaker hopes to increase low voter turnout - MSNewsNow.com - Jackson, MS.
Nov 30 2017