It’s one month until primary election day in Jacksonville, but voting is already underway.
Duval County Elections Supervisor Jerry Holland says absentee ballots are already flowing into his office.
As of Tuesday, Holland said the elections office had received more than 3,000 votes in the March 24 primary election. As of Thursday afternoon, that number has climbed above 6,000,
“We’re looking for something like a 35 percent turnout which is really going to be disappointing, but that’s kind of what the past predicts,” Holland said.