Stamford voting picks up slightly


STAMFORD — Stamford polls saw a slight bump in voter turnout this afternoon, with lunchtime voters pushing the turnout for today’s Republican primary past the 10 percent mark.

As of 3 p.m., 1,278 of the city’s 12,444 registered GOP voters had cast ballots, according to Deputy Republican Registrar of Voters Terry Bivona. That’s a 10.3 percent voter turnout with five hours remaining before the polls close at 8 p.m.