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These turnouts to be supplied with all frogs, rails, plates, rods, pads, fasteners, screw spikes, insulators, pads, switch rods, closure rods, and switch points (see technical requirements)
In 2010 just 12 seats across the UK had turnouts where over threequarters of the electorate turned out to vote.
LIVERPOOL city centre has the lowest voter turnout in the country, shocking new figures show.
x25A0; Out of the city's 50 precincts, only five reported voter turnouts of 50 percent or higher.
Mercer County: Duferco Farrell Corporation/NLMK Pennsylvania -- $551,177 to rehabilitate track, turnouts and a grade crossing, as well as install turnouts, replace crossties and surface track.
Low turnouts are most pronounced in off-year primary elections, and this year's brought no statewide ballot measures, and many uncontested legislative and municipal races.
Americans talk about it and decry the low turnout in the United States, but it's not a really big deal.
Turnouts ranged from 48% in Gwynedd (down from 49% in 2008) to 35% in Flintshire, a fall from 40% at the last local elections.
Primary races -- particularly those that lack high-profile candidates or issues -- typically draw low turnouts.
While these were high turnouts at the state level, breaking down the turnouts by localities shows even greater numbers went to the polls.
73pc - which not only bucked a trend of low turnouts at by-elections but beat the turnout in May's all-postal council elections.
Modest turnouts for the Scottish Parliament, Welsh Assembly and local council polls will leave politicians from all parties with the familiar feeling that they are failing to inspire the electorate.