Secretary of State’s Office says more voters are utilizing vote by mail

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The Secretary of State’s office says vote my mail demand is up for this November’s election.

Al Jaeger says more than 12,000 ballot have already been cast in the two weeks since absentee and vote by mail began.

You can actually watch the ballots being tracked and counted here.

During the writing of this story, 137 ballots were cast.

Nearly 60,000 vote by mail and absentee have been sent.

For the primary election in June, 40% of the ballots cast were through absentee, vote by mail and early voting centers. 

The Secretary of State’s office expects a similar percentage for the November election.

Counties report the demand to vote in this November election is up in comparison to other off-presidential election cycles.

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