Officials with the Secretary of State's Office are telling counties to expect a 12-percent voter turnout in tomorrow's special election for the pension bond amendment.

Calhoun County Clerk Richard Kirby says that 90 people cast their votes early, with 20 mail-in votes.

Polls at the usual polling places will open at 6:30 a.m. in Calhoun and close at 7:30 p.m.

The constitutional vote is say yes or no to consolidate a large debt load which is now financing state retirement funds, reducing the annual cost to the state.

The results are expected to be in early.

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