As suggested yesterday, Tuesday was likely the high-water mark for ballots being received in Spokane County for the next two weeks.
Today’s count was 7,650, down about 4,500 from Tuesday’s 12,104.
Highest turnout right now is in central Spokane’s 3rd Legislative District, which is at about 11.2%, compared to 10.4% for the 4th District, 9.6% for the 6th District. 9.1% for the 7th District and 8.7% for the 9th District.
The 3rd District typically leads in turnout at the beginning of the turn-in, but drops to the bottom by election day.