As noted in this online article by Thomas Goldsmith, there have been 1,225 one-stop and absentee ballots cast in District 3. The breakdown was 635 Democrats, 317 Republicans, 270 unaffiliated voters and three Libertarians.
It's actually more ballots cast than back in the Oct. 11 general election when District 3 voters also had Raleigh municipals races to decide.
There were 1,157 one-stop and absentee ballots cast in District 3 in October with Hill having 60.6 percent of that total. Losurdo had 32.8 percent of that total when it was a four-person race.