CEC – Voter turnout for 10:00 fixed at 7.26%
The voter turnout for 10:00 from across Georgia for the second round of 2018 presidential elections was fixed at 7.26% – Central Election Commission (CEC) reports.
According to CEC, the figure is higher in comparison to the first tour of elections. The voter turnout for 10:00 on October 28 was 6.14%. The highest activity was fixed in Mtskheta, the lowest – Tsalka.
The second round of 2018 presidential elections is being held in Georgia today. The Presidential elections are held in 73 election precincts. There are 3637 polling stations and 11 special stations opened throughout Georgia. The 55 polling stations are opened abroad.