Turnout at Concord Polling Station 'A Little Slow'

newhampshirepollingstation Turnout at Concord Polling Station 'A Little Slow' Niall Stanage just checked in from the Broken Ground Elementary School in Concord, where Hillary Clinton visited and then left shortly after noon.

The school is host to a polling station, and one of the supervisors described turnout as "a little slow" for what’s normal at this time of day, with 940 people out of an eligible electorate of around 3000 having voted by the time Clinton left.

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