Wisconsin election officials say the voter turnout for Tuesday’s primary was the highest for a non-presidential primary in 40 years. Unofficial returns show almost 693-thousand Republicans and more than 501-thousand Democrats cast votes in the U-S Senate primary. About 25-and-a-half percent of the state’s registered voters cast ballots this week. In 2018 – the last non-presidential primary in the state – voter turnout was 23 percent.
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