Editor’s Note: This story will be updated as more results come in.
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — The voter turnout results are rolling in for Monroe County for the 2023 General Election.
According to the latest turnout report, as of 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, over 127,340 people have turned out to vote — or a little over 26% of registered voters in the Rochester area.
In the city, nearly 17,400 people (16.9% of registered voters) voted, and throughout the rest of the towns in the area, nearly 110,000 people (26.5% of registered voters) have turned out to the polls.
These numbers do not count the amount of people who showed up Sunday for early voting. According to a report from the Monroe County Board of Elections, over 23,000 people turned out for early voting.
So far, the highest turnout of registerer voter turnout belongs to the Town of Perinton, where 2,933 people showed up to the polls.
This was the final voter turnout update of the evening from the Monroe County Board of Elections. Polls close at 9:00 p.m..