Cheyenne, WY – If recent trends hold, only a third of Wyoming's registered voters will head to the polls for Tuesday's primary election. In 2002, turnout for the primary was 37 percent while in 2000, 30 percent of voters in Wyoming cast ballots. Wyoming's Chief Elections Clerk says local races are what usually determines the turnout in a primary. She says if there are hot topics involving county commissioner or city council races, more people will vote. State elections officials also expect a larger-than-usual turnout for the general election in November.