With plenty of local flavor on the ballot, turnout is expected to be decent for tomorrow's primary election.
Based on previous primaries, Taylor County Clerk Mark Carney predicts a 39 percent voter turnout - about 6,500 voters.
"But, I hope we have more. We need everyone to go out and go vote," Carney said.
Eight years ago, 36 percent of the voters turned out for a similar ballot. Four years ago, 42 percent showed up to cast votes on a ballot that was missing a mayoral primary.