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The polls are closed in Cincinnati for the May 4 primary. Results will start coming in throughout the evening.
Voters in the city’s nonpartisan primary were picking two mayor finalists who’ll face off against each other in November. Voters are also paying close attention to the results of the Issue 3 charter amendment.
© Kareem Elgazzar/The Enquirer A voter completes her ballot during the Cincinnati primary election, Tuesday, May 4, 2021, at Woodford Paideia Academy in Cincinnati. Six people are running for mayor of Cincinnati in the May 4 primary, after which the field narrows to the top two vote-getters for the general election.
By the time polls closed, 15.6% of Cincinnati’s registered voters came out to vote.
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This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Cincinnati election results: Mayoral primary, Issue 3