Over 47,000 ballots counted in Madison as of 11 a.m. Tuesday

November 8, 2022 12:48 PM

Posted: Nov 8, 2022 12:48 PM

Updated: November 8, 2022 12:53 PM

MADISON, Wis. — As of 11 on Tuesday, over a quarter of Madison’s pre-registered voters have had a ballot counted.

The City of Madison Clerk’s Office said 47,551 ballots have been counted so far. That’s about 27% of the city’s pre-registered voters.

With most polling places reporting at 11:00am, 47,551 ballots have been counted. That is approximately 27% of pre-registered voters in @CityofMadison!#MadisonVotes2022 #BeAVoter #Vote pic.twitter.com/MYdHxHxgfi

— Madison WI Clerk (@MadisonWIClerk) November 8, 2022

Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell said multiple clerks reported “steady to high turnout” at polling places across the county. He said initial projections suggest the county will see about an 85% voter turnout.

Madison saw over 23,000 people vote in-person absentee leading up to Election Day, and a total of 54,684 absentee ballots had been returned as of Monday morning.

RELATED: More than 110,000 people in Dane Co. have already voted ahead of Election Day

There’s still plenty of time to vote before polls close on Election Day. You can find a list of polling places and important voting information on Channel3000.com.

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