Early voting kicked off Monday at the Jack Strickland Building.
The turnout, according to Elections Superintendent Tony Thompson, “was very good. We had a steady turnout the first day and that is continuing today (Tuesday).”
Early voting for the June 9 General Primary continue at the Jack Strickland Building each weekday through June 5; social distancing practices will be followed.
For voters who previously requested an absentee ballot, there are two options for returning their completed ballot: by mail or by curbside drop-off.
Voters wishing to drop their ballot off at the Jack Strickland building can do so by calling 685-6687 when they arrive at the facility. A poll worker will go to the vehicle and pick up the ballot.