Last presidential election drew large turnout; officials unsure about this time around


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Ready and waiting: Kathy Oden, a supervisor of the county's early voting, walks through the voting stations set up at the courthouse. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — Voters ready to make decisions on local, state and national races may cast ballots as early as Monday.

The Hancock County Courthouse will accept early voting starting Monday through Nov. 5. While early voting, done in person by an absentee ballot, was a significant part of turnout in the last presidential election, local officials aren’t sure whether there will be heavy crowds this year.

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