Election Day is proving to be slow-moving for Turlock voters today, according to workers at the Cornerstone Covenant Church polling place.
Pollworkers agreed it had been a "boring" day, with just over 60 ballots turned in at the church on the corner of Crowell Road at Christoffersen Parkway as of approximately 1:30 p.m.
But Steve Ferguson, local voter, said voting was important because of the veterans who have died for our rights. To Ferguson and his wife Jeanette, voting is a privilege we have in thanks to our veterans, so it is important that we treasure that privilege.
As of this afternoon, 26 ballots had been processed at Turlock's Cornerstone Covenant Church, and 35 provisional or absentee ballots were dropped off. Polls close at 8 p.m., and initial results should be available on TurlockCityNews.com shortly thereafter.