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Voter turnout in Warren County was generally around 25 percent on Tuesday.

The towns of Thurman and Hague were the only two towns with a turnout over 50 percent. Thurman saw 453 of its 799 (56.7%) registered voters go to the polls during a contentious supervisor race, while Hague saw 305 of its 590 registered voters (51.7%) turn out as Edna Frasier won another term as supervisor.

Chester (41.1%) and Johnsburg (44.9%) had turnouts over 40 percent.

On the low end, Ward 5 in Glens Falls saw only 17.3 percent turnout while Queensbury’s ward 3, Lake Luzerne and Warrensburg barely topped 20 percent.

Warren County Turnout

  • Glens Falls Ward 1                 25.2%
  • Glens Falls Ward 2                 31.3%
  • Glens Falls Ward 3                 25.3%
  • Glens Falls Ward 4                 27.2%
  • Glens Falls Ward 5                 17.3%
  • Queensbury Ward 1                26.4%
  • Queensbury Ward 2                26.7%
  • Queensbury Ward 3                20.0%
  • Queensbury Ward 4                25.2%
  • Bolton                         23.0%
  • Chester                                    42.1%
  • Hague                          51.7%
  • Horicon                                   30.9%
  • Johnsburg                                44.9%
  • Lake George                           24.3%
  • Lake Luzerne                          20.4%
  • Stony Creek                            25.0%
  • Thurman                                  56.7%
  • Warrensburg                            20.9%

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Ken Tingley is the editor of The Post-Star and may be reached via email at tingley@poststar.com.  His blog  “The Front Page” discusses issues about newspapers and journalism. You can also follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/kentingley.

 

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