Washington County voters, like most of the state, trickled to the polls last Tuesday to cast a vote in the primary election.
Of the county’s 8,117 registered voters, 1,022 showed up to vote.
Washington County’s voter turnout of 12.5 percent is two points higher than the state average of 10.35 percent.
Franklin County had the highest voter turnout in the state, with 32.27 percent coming out.
Gallatin County had the lowest turnout, with 5.23 percent reporting.