Tuesday is primary election day in Allen County and across the state.
Indiana made national news last year for its low voter turnout in the general election, which included statehouse and congressional seats.
Voter turnout is historically low for primary elections, and even worse for municipals.
Nationally, municipal turnout wavers around 20 percent. Back in 2011, less than 13 percent of those registered to vote in Allen County showed up at the polls. That’s about twenty four thousand people.
So, what can we expect this time around?