Tomorrow is Election Day and turnout could make a difference.
Kyle Richmond is with the State Elections Board. He estimates one in four registered voters will go to the polls statewide.
Nothing new at the polls in this spring election, Richmond says, except maybe how skimpy the ballot will be in some localities. In others, it will be crowded with not only the statewide supreme court race but school referenda and local government and school board races.
Richmond says if the weather holds the vote to elect Annette Zeigler or Linda Clifford to the supreme court could break 2003's record of just under 800-thousand votes. Richmond thinks 850-thousand could turnout for this one.