If you've voted your ballot you are among the more than 17 percent of the people who voted ballots in the county last week. 22,400 ballots have been returned to the office. Yakima county auditor Charles Ross says "we expect a 65 percent turnout for this election" More ballots will come in to the auditors office Today and Ross says will probably be 3,000 to 4,000 before another big rush before next weekend and on Monday before the election. Ross says there's lots of new voters this year and lots of excitement surrounding the midterm elections so there should be lots of turnout.

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