Tim reports that with one hour of voting left, El Salvador’s Channel 21 says turnout in that country’s presidential election could approach 70%.*
El Salvador tends to have quite low turnout, even in presidential elections. Sometimes during the 20 years of ARENA control turnout has not even reached 40% of registered voters.
Is there any scenario in which this turnout surge does not portend a victory by Funes? Perhaps a landslide?
* Tim is doing regular updates of an election day post, and the turnout note is indicated as 4:00 p.m.
Propagation: Seeds & scions (0)
RSS feed for comments on this post.
To graft a scion to this planting, please use the following URL:
(Non-MT bloggers click here to send pings.)
Grafted scions that are not compatible with this planting's stock will die or be pruned out by the Orchardist.
About the comment form
Please note that the name you enter below and the first several words of your comment will appear on the right sidebar of the blog's front page, under "Propagation." New propagators might want to look at the comment policy.
Please do not enter long URLs into the seedbed. Either mark them up using html hyperlinks or convert them to a "tiny URL." Thank you!
The soil is ready for planting: