Primary Candidates Who Withdrew Still on Ballot, May Receive Votes

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – As the primary election approaches, voters should be aware that candidates who have withdrawn from the race will still appear on the ballot and may receive votes, according to the election officials. The Associated Press is reporting election results and race calls, while The Times is providing its own estimates for each candidate’s share of the final vote and the number of remaining votes, based on historic turnout data and reporting from results providers.

It is important for voters to stay informed and be aware of the candidates who have withdrawn from the race in order to make informed decisions when casting their votes. The election officials are urging voters to carefully consider their choices and to be aware of the possibility of voting for candidates who are no longer actively running for office.

The Times is working to provide accurate estimates of the remaining votes and each candidate’s share of the final vote, but it is important to note that these are only estimates and may not be informed by reports from election officials. The news organization is committed to providing the most accurate information possible to assist voters as they prepare to participate in the primary election.

It is crucial for voters to do their research and stay informed about the candidates and the election process to ensure that their voices are heard and their votes are counted. The primary election is an important opportunity for citizens to participate in the democratic process, and staying informed is key to making meaningful decisions at the ballot box.