Nearly a million people across the State turned out to vote in Tuesday’s primary. That’s about 25% of registered voters in Missouri, just slightly below the 27% predicted by local election officials. Turnout was highest in Knox County with 46% while the lowest voter turnout was in the City of St. Louis with 16%. Here locally, in Camden County just over 32% of registered voters cast ballots in Tuesday’s primary elections while 29% did so in Miller County and 36% in Morgan County. According to State law, results will be certified by August 26th.