It appears that Sikkim likes to vote in the afternoons with the voter turnout having spiked across the state between noon and 2p.m. (for voter turnout update as of 12 pm, http://sikkimnow.blogspot.in/2015/10/swift-voting-for-municipal-elections.html). The total voter turnout at the 6 towns hosting municipal elections stands at 41% as of 2 p.m., with Gyalshing Nagar Panchayat’s two wards having surged ahead with 68% turnout already, followed by Jorethang Nagar Panchayat which saw 56% of its voters cast their votes and Namchi Municipal Council where 55% have cast their votes already. At Rangpo, 47.01 voters have cast their votes thus far while in Singtam, the turnout thus far is 43.01%. Gangtok brings up the rear with 36.65% voter turnout as of 2p.m. Voting is underway at 83 polling stations spread across 6 municipal towns where election are being held today.