Spokane County could count as much as 90 percent of the ballots for the primary tonight.
Elections Manager Mike McLaughlin said county elections staff have processed and readied for tabulation all ballots received by this morning. That leaves only the ballots being placed in the drop boxes today and those that come in the mail Wednesday and beyond.
Turnout is light, but mail delivery on the day after the election is usually heavy for ballots.
As of this morning, the county had received 36,564 ballots out of the 194,626 mailed out, or just under 19 percent.
McLaughlin estimated the final turnout will be around 40,000.
They'll release a single tally tonight just after 8 p.m., and another on Wednesday around 5 p.m.
If you still have your ballot and plan to vote, see the post below.