(Bismarck, ND) — Early numbers indicate North Dakota voter turnout was near historic lows on Election Day. Officials say nearly 43-percent of voters participated in the midterm general election, the lowest turnout in more than 40 years. Billings County had the highest turnout at nearly 80-percent of eligible voters. Officials say nearly 44-percent of ballots statewide were cast before Election Day.
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