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Voters were given two options to cast their vote-- they could mail in an absentee ballot or go down to the expo park and vote in person.

Voters can still come on down to exhibition hall and cast their votes. I spoke with rina moore the cascade county's clerk and recorder and she describes today's pace as steady and slow.

Whenever you have a presidential candidate on the ballot that spurs a lot of attention from both parties and we have a lot of people come in vote but this is a non-presidential year which seems to be pretty typical, says cascade county clerk and recorder rina moore

now it's not too late to vote... You can still bring by your absentee ballot to the election office downtown... Expo park or vote in person in the exhibition hall... One thing election officials do want voters to know is that it is too late to -mail- in your ballot... Because it's not like doing your taxes with just a postmark... Your ballot has to be in hand with election officials.


Updated:6/4/14 8:41AM

June Primary Results


US House Candidates

(D) John Driscoll 70.01%
(D) John Lewis 59.59%
*70,723 Votes Recorded

(R) Elsie Arntzen 6.87%
(R) Matt Rosendale 28.81%
(R) Corey Stapleton 29.26%
(R) Drew Turiano 1.73%
(R) Ryan Zinke 33.09%
*131,280 Votes Recorded

US Senate Candidates

(D) Dirk S. Adams 13.25%
(D) John Bohlinger 22.60%
(D) John Walsh 63.92%
*30,035 Votes Recorded

(R) Susan Cundiff 8.98%
(R) Steve Daines 83.14%
(R) Champ Edmunds 7.60%
*132,281 Votes Recorded

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