The final tally for voter turnout in St. Clair County for Tuesday's primary election was better than first thought, with about 18-point-2 percent showing up at the polls instead of the 14-percent first reported on. County Clerk Jay DeBoyer says with an August primary, turnout often depends on what or who is on the ballot. The county has 122-thousand registered voters. DeBoyer says even with 18-point-2 percent going to the polls it's not quite as good as previous August elections in 2010 and 2012. State officials say about 18% of Michigan’s 7 million registered voters also turned out to vote on Tuesday. The election saw just a couple of local races of interest including a victory for County Commission Chair Jeff Bohm in the Republican primary and the approval of all of the local and county-wide millage askings.