Ballots for the upcoming presidential primary continue to trickle into auditors offices around the state. Statewide more than 420,000 voters have sent in their presidential primary ballots. The ballots are due primary day March 10.
According to the secretary of state's office 9.4% of voters in the state have cast ballots in the election. The figure sits at 15.3% for voters in Yakima county.
Officials say more than 12,000 ballots, representing 10% of registered voters have been sent to the Yakima County Auditors Office. Auditor Charles Ross expects a 30 to 35% turnout.
The ballots were mailed last week.