Early voting turnout differed throughout boroughs, with Bronx lagging behind

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Early voting turnout for Tuesday’s midterm elections varied among the five boroughs, with a greater portion of active voters showing up to the polls in Manhattan and Staten Island, and the Bronx ranking last.

About 9.14% of active voters citywide, or 432,634 people, showed up between Oct. 29-Nov. 6 during the city’s early voting period, according to NYC Board of Elections data. In Manhattan, 133,618 people hit the polls early, which is 13.44% of the active voting population in the borough.

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