#OPENDATA: See who hasn’t voted yet on your street #Clarksville

Montgomery County saw a record turnout for early voting from October 14th to October 29th. 49,509 total votes have already been cast, with 44,254 people voting in person at the Election Commission. In the 2016 Presidential Election, 36,853 individuals voted early or by absentee ballot, that’s a rise of 12,656 this year.

Election Day for 2020 is on November 3rd and the polling precincts will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Everyone who is in line when the polls close will be afforded the opportunity to vote. Voters can check their voter registration card or the govotetn app for their precinct and addresses for each location can be found on the Montgomery County Election Commission website.

A list of active, registered voters in Montgomery County who did not participate in early voting can be found by clicking the image below or by clicking here.

Montgomery County active, registered who did not vote during early voting

The list, obtained in July 2020, includes all active, registered voters who are eligible to vote on Election Day and includes an additional 64,439 individuals. On November 8th of 2016, 21,398 voters showed up to their precincts to vote. The graph below shows the breakdown of voters who haven’t voted yet based on their sex. 35,542 women have yet to vote, along with 28, 893 men.

The Scoop spreadsheet breaks down the remaining voters by city ward, county district, precinct and even age, like the graphic below. The largest age group that is left to vote is 31-40 with 24%.

Clarksville, Montgomery County and the state of Tenneessee is breaking records with voter turnout this year. Citizens have one more opportunity to vote, encourage your neighbors and friends to get out the polls on November 3rd, between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., at their assigned precinct.

Jason Steen

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