IL Primary Election Turnout Lowest Since 2014

The primary election in Illinois is now certified and voter turnout was the lowest it’s been since 2014. Friday was the deadline for the Illinois State Board of Elections to certify the June 28 primary election. Top line numbers show a voter turnout of just over 21%. Democrats led with nearly 912,000 votes cast, or nearly 52% of the vote. Republicans pulled more than 812,000 ballots, or about 46%.

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