Tuesday, June 06, 2006


It's Election Day!

Don't forget to vote in the Primary Elections Today! Polls will be open in Johnson County from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. If you're not sure where to go, check out the list of polling locations.

As you're waiting anxiously for results, you can check out the precinct-by-precinct turnout in Johnson County, as updated at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 8 p.m. For now, your tidbit of news is that Johnson County set a record for number of absentee ballots cast before the 6 p.m. deadline Monday -- 2, 601, topping 2,438 in 2004.

Looking for results tonight? Check out the following sites, which will be updated, as I find other good sites:

Johnson County Returns
(and precinct-by-precinct results for Dem Gov/SOA/SOS, Dem County, GOP SOA/SOS)

I imagine that the Secretary of State will be posting statewide results, but his website doesn't show any sign of where that will be yet.

KCRG is often good with getting info up on their election center fast. Also check out the KCRG/Gazette Election Day Blog.

Looks like Radio Iowa will be going up with current results on their site, stories, and streaming audio.

And though there's no sign of a special election section yet, don't forget to check the Register site.

See any other good sites? Post them in the comments.

KCRG and the CRG have set up a blog here: http://electiondaynotes.blogspot.com/ to report on the returns tonight.
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