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Today is primary election day in Washington State, with an 8 pm deadline to get your ballots dropped off at one of the drop boxes in Chelan, Manson, Entiat, Wenatchee, Cashmere and Leavenworth. And to hear Chelan County Auditor Skip Moore tell it, a lot of you still have to get your ballots in. We asked how the ballots have been coming in:

Nineteen percent is far below Moore's predictions for an actual turnout:

We asked Moore about previous primary election turnouts, and he says they fall within a range:

And we asked Moore why he thought the return rate is so low this time:

If you haven't sent your ballot in, it must have today's postmark on it if you're mailing it in, or be in the ballot drop box before 8 pm tonight.

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