With about 40% voter turnout on Tuesday, some locations in Madison County ran out of ballots.  While the County Clerk's office was able to re-stock the locations that needed more ballots, the chairman of the county's Republican Party thinks it was an avoidable situation.

Chris Slusser tells The Big Z while the polls were allowed to stay open longer, that didn't help everyone.

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Madison County Clerk Debbie Mendoza tells The Big Z employees of the Sheriff's Department, Coroner's Office and her office all pitched in to get ballots to the locations that ran out.

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About 70,000 ballots were cast county-wide, with a near 50 / 50 split of Democrats and Republicans.


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