Officials with the Killeen Independent School District say voter turnout for 2018 elections was the highest in district history.
There were 6,580 votes cast out of 75,848 eligible voters, according to Chief Communication Officer Terry Abbott. The number of eligible voters does not include suspended voters.
Based on the number of votes cast compared to the total list of eligible voters, turnout for the election was approximately 9 percent.
“We believe the 6,580 votes was the highest number in Killeen ISD history,” Abbott said.