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By Terrance Smith
Voter turnout in the Baltimore City Council District 5 race was light.
At the CC Jackson Recreation Center there were few candidate signs or posters in sight.
There was just one Cathy Pugh campaign worker present, and by 2 p.m. just 50 people had
voted, according to Chief Election Judge Jean Barnett.
As elsewhere in the state, paper ballots, but they posed no problems or confusion for
voters, Barnett said.
“The only mix-up here was how some did not know their party affiliation,” said Barrett.
At another site in the district, Calvin Rodwell Elementary School, approximately 210
people cast ballot by 3 p.m., another election judge said.
“There haven't been many lines today. At most, lines of 10 at a time then periods of a
few walking in a time,” the election official said.
Few voters even seem to know whom Rochelle “Rikki” Spector, the retiring incumbent,
who has held the seat since 1977, was.
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