As is often the case with primary elections, voter turnout has been on the low side in South Florida.
Both Miami-Dade and Broward Counties have reported less than twenty percent of registered voters casting ballots on Tuesday.
“Voting is a right and a privilege and I’m glad to do it today,” said Broward voter Jillian South.
As of Tuesday afternoon around 4 p.m., close to 43,000 people had voted in Broward County.
As of July 31, 2002, Broward County had 262,390 voters registered as Republicans, 597,190 registered Democrats, 19,622, minor party, 361,607 with no party affiliation, and a total of 1240,809 registered voters.
Broward County had 20.73 percent of voters come out to cast their ballots.
During the early voting period, slightly more than 45,000 ballots were cast.
Voting by mail continues to be the most popular method, with nearly 129,000 Broward residents choosing that option.
View all results for Broward County below: