Election Turnout Peaked 67.3% in Massachusetts for Last Eight Years

For last eight years election turnout on general elections in Massachusetts varies from 49.3% in 2006 congressional elections as the lowest to 67.3% in 2008 presidential elections as the highest.

Early voting rates vary between 3.4% in 2006 and 6.5% in 2008. Data on early voting in 2010 congressional elections is unavailable.

Based on data provided by The United States Elections Project – http://elections.gmu.edu/

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