Turnout for primary highest in Minn. in a decade
WILLMAR -- The unofficial voter turnout in Tuesday's primary in Minnesota was 15.5 percent, the highest turnout since 2000, according to the Secretary of State.
"Despite heat, hu-midity and severe we-ather, Minnesotans made sure their voices were heard," said Secretary of State Mark Ritchie in a news release. "While turnout in primaries is always lower than general elections, turnout exceeded all expectations and made this earlier primary a big success.
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