Just over a fifth of the registered voters in Mingo County voted in the special election for selecting the governor of West Virginia.
With a total of 20,796 registered voters, only 4,642 voted, 22.32 percent.
Yesterday, during Election Day, 4,073 people went to the polls. Early voting had 538 people cast a ballot and 31 people cast absentee ballots.
On the straight party ticket, 132 people voted Republican and 1,074 people voted Democrat. The Mountain party received 14 votes.
In total, Democrat Earl Ray Tomblin, who won the election, received 3,897 votes from Mingo County voters, while Republican Bill Maloney received 623 votes.
Bob Henry Baber, Mountain party, received 29 votes; Independent Marla Ingels received 13 votes; and Harry Bertram got 3 votes from Mingo County.
Barbour County, which voted for Tomblin, had the largest turnout in the state, with 38.54 percent voting.
Wyoming County, which also voted for Tomblin, had the smallest turnout statewide; having only 15.79 percent cast a vote.
In the entire state of West Virginia, 25.03 percent voted, a total of 304,145 ballots cast.