The runoff in Syracuse: voter turnout at 12 is 9.34 percent

In the mayoral runoff election in Siracusa, Italy, all 123 sections have been properly constituted. Only one president has been replaced for health reasons, just like in the first round of voting. As of 12 pm, voter turnout was 9.34%, with 9,544 people voting. The majority of voters were men, with 5,097 casting their votes compared to 4,447 women. The total number of eligible voters is 102,147, consisting of 49,359 men and 52,788 women. In the previous election in 2018, voter turnout at 12 pm was 10.19% with 10,526 votes out of 103,213 eligible voters. This time, however, polling stations will remain open until 11 pm today and from 7 am to 3 pm tomorrow. The next update will be at 7 pm. The municipality of Siracusa reminds voters without an election card or those who need to renew it that they can go to the office at Via San Sebastiano 31 or, for the first time, to the district offices in the fractions of Belvedere and Cassibile. These offices will remain open continuously during the runoff operations. It is possible to vote even if the identification document with a photo has expired within the last 3 years. If someone does not have a document, their identity can be guaranteed by the president or a member of the polling station. In addition, voters who have applied for an electronic identity card in the days leading up to the election can vote by presenting the receipt, which includes a photo, personal data, and a number, meeting the requirements for identification. To facilitate voters registered in the Ortigia sections, a traffic restricted area has been suspended.

Il ballottaggio a Siracusa: alle 12 l’affluenza alle urne è del 9,34 per cento

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