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TURNOUT

Nearly 2.4m voters may head to polls

November 7, 2006

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A strong showing in the primary suggests that turnout will be high today as voters head to the polls. Almost 2.4 million people, or 60 percent of registered voters, are expected to participate, according to Avi Green, executive director of MassVOTE, a civic advocacy group. The secretary of state and other officials declined to issue traditional turnout predictions after primary ... (Full article: 103 words)

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