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Voter Turnout

County Turnout: 53.21% – 41,407 of 77,819 voters voted

 

Turnout By Precinct – #Ballots / #Registered

  1. Belle Vernon Borough: 48.32% – 302/625
  2. Brownsville Township: 53.58% – 202/377
  3. Brownsville Ward #1: 40.84% – 165/414
  4. Brownsville Ward #2: 53.01% – 220/415
  5. Brownsville Ward #3: 43.93% – 246/560
  6. Bullskin Twp. District No.1: 56.35% – 1,487/2639
  7. Bullskin Twp. District No. 2: 52.92% – 75/229
  8. Bullskin Twp. District No. 3: 62.13% – 571/919
  9. Connellsville Ward No. 1: 51.62% – 687/1331
  10. Connellsville Ward No. 2: 43.15% – 510/1182
  11. Connellsville Ward No. 3: 53.28% – 317/585
  12. Connellsville Ward No. 4: 50.73% – 452/891
  13. Connellsville Township: 55.59% – 726/1306
  14. Dawson Borough: 54.79% – 110/200
  15. Dunbar Twp. District #1: 55.92% – 864/1545
  16. Dunbar Twp. District #2: 54.46% – 1348/2475
  17. Dunbar Borough: 55.97% – 333/595
  18. Everson Borough: 50.52% – 194/384
  19. Fairchance Borough: 54.79% – 578/1055
  20. Fayette City Borough: 49.69% – 161/324
  21. Franklin Twp. District #1: 56.41% – 493/874
  22. Franklin Twp. District #2: 56.70% – 333/595
  23. Georges Twp. District #1: 56.43% – 483/856
  24. Georges Twp. District #2: 53.36% – 714/1338
  25. Georges Twp. District #3: 50.04% – 679/1357
  26. German  Twp. District #1: 55.83% – 737/1320
  27. German Twp. District #2: 46.57% – 312/670
  28. German Twp. District #3: 52.51% – 324/817
  29. German Twp. District #4: 43.48% – 130/299
  30. Henry Clay Township: 52.87% – 571/1080
  31. Jefferson Township: 61.31% – 775/1264
  32. Lower Tyrone Twp.: 62.46% – 65/166
  33. Luzerne Twp. District #1: 49.28% – 448/909
  34. Luzerne Twp. District #2: 60.81% – 554/911
  35. Luzerne Twp. District #3: 53.14% – 203/382
  36. Luzerne Twp. District #4: 54.65 – 141/258
  37. Markleysburg Borough: 48.20% – 97/139
  38. Masontown Borough: 49.22% 943/1916
  39. Menallen Township District #1: 53.61% – 416/766
  40. Menallen Township District #2: 59.55% – 661/1110
  41. Menallen Township District #3: 48.11% – 292/607
  42. Newell Borough: 55.21 – 175/317
  43. Nicholson Township: 50.62% – 574/1134
  44. North Union Twp. District #1: 50.62% – 574/1134
  45. North Union Twp. District #2: 51.10% – 1187/2523
  46. North Union Twp. District #3: 57.26% – 414/723
  47. North Union Twp. District #4: 46.45% – 967/2082
  48. North Union Twp. District #5: 55.69% – 235/432
  49. Ohiopyle Borough: 48.85% – 18/37
  50. Perry Township: 55.77% – 856/1535
  51. Perryopolis Borough: 62.48% – 676/1082
  52. Point Marion Borough: 47.09% – 283/601
  53. Redstone Township District #1 – 51.15% 598/1169
  54. Redstone Township District #2: 49.96%.- 614/1229
  55. Redstone Township District #3: 55.25% – 179/324
  56. Redstone Township District #4: 50.87% – 175/344
  57. Saltlick Township: 55.92% – 1025/1833
  58. Smithfield Borough: 55.07% – 288/523
  59. South Connellsville Borough: 55.13% – 564/1023
  60. South Union Twp. District #1: 60.57% – 2060/3401
  61. South Union Twp. District #2: 61.98% – 1115/1799
  62. South Union Twp. District #3: 55.90% – 1108/1982
  63. Springfield Township District #1: 51.42% – 436/848
  64. Springfield Township District #2: 55.54% – 331/596
  65. Springhill Township District #1: 52.94% – 378/714
  66. Springhill Township District #2: 50.12% – 408/814
  67. Stewart Township: 57.31% – 243/424
  68. Uniontown Ward No. 1: 58.98% – 522/885
  69. Uniontown Ward No. 2: 33.69% – 319/947
  70. Uniontown Ward No. 3: 41.50% – 366/882
  71. Uniontown Ward No. 4: 33.33% – 276/828
  72. Uniontown Ward No. 5: 53.12% – 477/898
  73. Uniontown Ward No.6: 42.17% – 288/663
  74. Uniontown Ward No.7: 54.21% – 470/867
  75. Upper Tyrone Twp.: 55.98% – 562/1004
  76. Vanderbilt Borough: 57.14% – 156/273
  77. Washington Township: 56.15% – 1378/2454
  78. Wharton Township: 50.39% – 1217/2415
Information Articles

Election Day Forecast: Could Weather Have an Impact?

By Brian Donegan

Published Nov 2 2016 06:43 PM EDT
weather.com

What’s Your Super Tuesday Forecast?


Meteorologist Kait Parker forecasts showers for a couple of the swing states, but clear skies for the East and West Coast.
What’s Your Super Tuesday Forecast?

Story Highlights
No major storms are expected for Election Day.

Much of the United States will be dry with above-average temperatures.

At the moment, the best chance of rain appears to be in the Midwest, southern Plains and Pacific Northwest.

Election Day is less than a week away, and you may be wondering what conditions will be like as you head out to the polls Tuesday. Could the weather possibly turn the Senate race, or even the presidency?

While the weather pattern early next week is a tricky one that computer models typically don’t handle well this far out, we’re not expecting a major storm anywhere in the U.S.



However, some inclement weather is possible in a few spots. Let’s take a region-by-region tour of Tuesday’s forecast.


Northeast

Fortunately, a stronger area of low pressure should remain sufficiently offshore, southeast of Atlantic Canada, to have zero impact on the weather near the Northeast seaboard.

There is a cold front that will push toward the eastern Great Lakes, with a threat of rain associated with that. Typical for a forecast this far out, the timing of that feature is in question, but the best chance of rain appears to be after the polls close Tuesday evening from western New York to West Virginia.

Elsewhere, the weather should be dry.

Highs will be above average for the second week of November, generally in the 50s in New York state and New England, and 60s from New York City southward into the mid-Atlantic states.


South

While most of the Southeast is looking dry at the moment, there’s a risk for a few showers and thunderstorms in the Tennessee and lower Mississippi valleys into the southern Plains. This includes cities such as New Orleans and Houston.

Temperatures will be up to 15 degrees above average across the region, translating to highs in the 70s to perhaps even near 80 degrees in the Deep South.



Midwest

A cold front will be sliding across the Midwest on Election Day, bringing chances for showers out ahead of it. Since this is still several days away, the exact position of the front Tuesday is difficult to pinpoint.

Right now, it appears the best threat of showers will be from the Great Lakes into the Ohio Valley. This includes cities such as Cincinnati, Indianapolis and St. Louis.

If the front slows down, the showers would set up farther to the west. If it speeds up, they’d set up farther east. Stay tuned for updates over the next several days.



West

The only hiccup in the forecast may be a weak Pacific system bringing rain to western Washington, Oregon and northern California.

The rest of the West is currently expected to be dry and pleasant with sunshine and above-average temperatures. 

Highs will range from the 50s and 60s across the Northwest, to the 70s and 80s in Southern California and the Desert Southwest.