Henderson County Has Record Voter Turnout of 73%

 

Henderson County had a record voter turnout of 73% on November 3, 2020.
Photo by W. Clay Crook / The Lexington Progress

 

Article by W. Clay Crook-

As the voting on November 3, 2020 was tabulated across the state, Henderson County turned out a total of 12,108 votes, which represents 73.1% of the 16,558 registered voters in the county. About 52% turned out for early voting at 8,596 votes. In the 2016 election, there were 10,193 votes cast, making this a record-breaking year.

 
-President Donald Trump brought in 9,797 votes, or 81.51% of the total, with former Vice-President Joe Biden bringing in 2,092 votes, or 17.4%.

 
-In the U.S. Senate race, Bill Hagerty (R) had 9,585 votes and Marquita Bradshaw (D) received 1,793.

 
-For the U.S. House of Representatives, Mark Green (R) had 9,457 votes and Kiran Sreepada (D) had 1,746.

 
-In the Tennessee Senate race, Page Walley (R) had 9,726 votes, and Civil Miller-Watkins (D) received 1,804.

 
-Kirk Haston (R) ran unopposed in the Tennessee House of Representatives race with a total of 10,582 votes.

For the complete article, see the November 11th edition of The Lexington Progress.

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2 Comments

  1. Cindy Page on November 6, 2020 at 12:50 am

    Thanks for this coverage of news!
    Easy to read and comprehend ❤️

  2. Cindy Page on November 6, 2020 at 12:51 am

    Wonderful News!

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