ShareFebruary 23, 2020 Until now very low turnout in the districts of the city of Naples called to vote to assign a seat in the Senate: at 12, according to data released by the Municipality, only 2.77% of those entitled to vote went to vote.
At the same time for the 2018 policies, the voter data in the Campania capital was 15.86%.
The substitutes, called to replace the late M5S senator Franco Ortolani, involve half the city, with 444 sections out of 883. The voters over 25 years of age are 357,299. The ballot boxes will remain open until 11pm.