Less than one in three.
That's the final statewide turnout of voters for the Aug. 5 primary, which stands at a smidgen over 31 percent.
Spokane County did marginally better, at 35.3 percent with the final count certified this afternoon. At least it moved up over one in three.
Perhaps a more important percentage from the primary is 1 percent, the votes needed for a write-in candidate to advance to the general election when running against someone who appeared on the ballot unopposed. Spokane County has two such winners. Mary Wissink got enough votes to go up against Timothy Fitzgerald in the fall for Spokane County clerk. Ziggy Siegfried picked up enough to challenge incumbent Jeff Holy for a 6th District state House seat.