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Final day of multi-state primaries awaits voters in 7 states and DC

New Hampshire Sec'y of State Bill Gardner prepares to administer a busy September 14 primary that includes contests for state house and state senate. The New Hampshire state house, with 400 members, is by far the largest state legislative body in the country.

By Kyle Maichle

MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin: The final day of multi-state primary elections await voters in seven states and in Washington, D.C. on September 14, 2010. Voters in Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York State, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, and Washington, D.C. will be casting ballots in the next-to-last primary elections of the year. (Hawaii holds its primary on September 18.)

In Wisconsin, elections officials are expecting record turnout for its primary election. The main attraction for its primary is a hotly contested Republican gubernatorial battle between Scott Walker and Mark Neumann. The Wisconsin Government Accountability Board projects close to 30 percent turnout statewide. Some counties in Wisconsin may have turnout close to fifty percent due to some hotly contested primaries for seats in the Assembly and Senate[1].

New Yorkers will be voting on a variety of races including Governor, Attorney General, State Assembly, State Senate, and U.S. Congress. New York State election officials are expecting a low turnout statewide[2].

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