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Turnout setting records for Hamilton County

Nov 06, 2018 - The Cincinnati Enquirer (Ohio)

Across Ohio, lines have wrapped around boards of elections as people cast their votes early.

Friday, 2,500 people voted early in person in Hamilton County, a one-day record for the county, board of elections officials trumpeted Monday morning.

Hamilton County voter turnout could be the biggest for a mid-term election since 1994 when 56 percent of voters came to the polls. In 1994, voters elected to his first term in Congress a Republican county commissioner named Steve Chabot. He's n...