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Alabama: 1.1% increase in voter registration

The Gadsden Times reports: Voter registration in Alabama increased little since the summer, and it may portend an average election turnout on Tuesday.

Statewide, the number of active registered voters increased by only 1.1 percent since August, from 2.555 million to 2.583 million, according to the secretary of state’s voter registration office. ...

Slight interest in new registrations may predict voter turnout for Tuesday’s general election, voter registrars said. -- Read the whole story --> Light voter registration indicates low turnout in Alabama | GadsdenTimes.com

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