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One-stop Voting Heavy on First Day

By Blake Proctor

Thursday, October 15th, was the first day in Bladen County the electorate could vote early – also known as “One-stop voting.” A total of 1,802 ballots were cast across the six polling places, with only one provisional vote all day. Additionally, 58 voters updated their registrations since the last election, and another twenty  registered for the first time.

The chart below breaks down voting patterns by each of the six polling places:

REGISTRATIONS
POLLING SITE VOTES UPDATED NEW
Bladenboro 376 12 5
Board Offices 842 30 8
Bethel Township 128 3 2
Bethel Township West 82 3 2
East Arcadia 145 2 0
Tar Heel 229 8 3
Total 1,802 58 20
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