June Primary Voter Turnout Second-Lowest in Last 40 Years

June Primary Voter Turnout Second-Lowest in Last 40 Years

(IOCI RADIO) – Voter turnout was low for the June primary election in Illinois.

Just under 22% of registered voters cast a ballot in the June 28 election, the second-lowest turnout for a primary in Illinois in the last 40 years, Illinois State Board of Elections Spokesperson Matt Dietrich said.

Dietrich said about 16% of voters chose mail-in ballots for the primary.

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