Technically it was a good election, but disappointing in turnout according to Secretary of State Ben Ysursa. The lowest percentage of registered voters in Idaho's history showed up to the polls Tuesday. Just 23 percent of registered voters cast a ballot during the first ever closed Republican primary. That means Tuesday's election brought fewer Idaho voters to the polls than the state's previous record low of 25 percent, which happened in the 1988 May primary election featuring Republican candidate George H.W. Bush running against Democratic candidate Michael Dukakis.