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Below is the recap for Early Voting for Monday and Tuesday in the Paris City Council and Paris Junior College regent elections.
After two days, the Early Vote total is up to 128 in the city council race, with more than half (52.3%) of the turnout coming in District 6, where incumbent councilwoman Cleonne Drake is taking on former councilman Edwin Pickle, who held the seat for two terms before she defeated him in 2012. After 36 votes were cast on Monday, 31 were cast on Tuesday, for a two-day total of 67.
In District 1 (incumbent Aaron Jenkins vs. former councilman Joe McCarthy), 10 people voted on Tuesday, down from 14 on Monday, raising the two-day count to 24.
In District 2 (incumbent Sue Lancaster vs. Kelly Collins), only 2 people voted on Tuesday, a drop from 17 on Monday, increasing the two-day total to 19.
In District 3 (incumbent John Wright vs. former councilman Benny Plata), the Tuesday vote total was 9, the same as Monday, resulting in a two-day total of 18 votes.
Twenty-five votes were cast Tuesday for the two Paris Junior College seats, raising the two-day total to 57 votes.
Early voting at the County Services Building (old post office at 231 Lamar Ave.) is also going on for the two seats up for grabs on the nine-seat Paris Junior College board of regents, whose terms are for six years.
Early voting continues daily today from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday through Friday of this week, plus Monday and Tuesday of next week at the County Services Building (241 Lamar Ave.)
On Election Day, May 10, 2014, voting will be from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
By Charles Richards, eParisExtra