County-by-county voter turnout: The best and the worst

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Across the state, 14 percent of registered voters went to the polls on Tuesday. Among the 3,399,973 people registered to vote, only 488,524 cast a ballot.

Among Piedmont counties, Caswell County had the highest voter turnout percentage at 25 percent. State officials said 243 of 944 registered voters cast a ballot.

In Seagrove, 101 of 199 registered voters cast a ballot on Tuesday.

Stokes County had the lowest turnout in North Carolina at only 5 percent. Only 283 of 5,585 registered voters cast a ballot on Tuesday.

Here are the county-by-county voter turnout results:

County Precincts Ballots Cast Registered Voters Voter Turnout
Alamance 31 6,548 57,482 11.39%
Davidson 24 3,631 31,984 11.35%
Davie 4 786 5,948 13.21%
Forsyth 97 21,589 199,777 10.81%
Guilford 119 37,290 223,491 16.69%
Randolph 16 3,399 29,776 11.42%
Rockingham 10 4,526 24,313 18.62%
Stokes 6 283 5,585 5.07%
Surry 10 1,024 9,241 11.08%
Wilkes 3 1,061 4,364 24.31%