ALBANY—The polls don’t close until 9 p.m., but turnout in the special election today is “decent,” according to Republican Party chair in Saratoga County.
“We think it’s decent. It’s a little early—it’s a little unique because it’s a March election—but we’re getting good people out,” said Jasper Nolan. “It’s hard to tell, but if we get a good turnout in the Saratoga-Troy area, that’s where we feel we can get some good numbers.”
Larry Bulman, a union leader who chairs the Saratoga County Democratic Party, said, “I’d like to see higher numbers, but a lot of people don’t turn out until later.
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