(Springfield, IL) — Most Illinois voters who could cast a ballot, didn’t cast a ballot. Election officials across the state say it looks like voter turnout for yesterday’s primary will end-up being right around 30 percent. That’s about the same turnout as four years ago. It looks like more Democratic voters turned out than Republicans. Over one million people voted in the Democratic race for governor, while just over 670 thousand cast a ballot in the Republican race.