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BYU Neighborhoods had County's Lowest Voter Turnout

BYU Neighborhoods had County's Lowest Voter Turnout



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(KSL News) Maybe they were too busy studying. The Brigham Young University campus was the bullseye for low voter turnout last week.

The Deseret Morniing News says the 10 precincts in Utah with the lowest voter turnout last Tuesday all centered around the BYU campus.

Just under 13 percent of the registered voters in the area hit the polls. The worst of the worst was precinct 38, bordered by 600 North, University Avenue, Bulldog Boulevard and 150 East; less than 7 percent of its voters voted.

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