Twin Falls, Idaho (KLIX) Many Counties are giving last week’s election results a look over. Twin Falls County Commissioners gave their thumbs up to the election results. Only 25 percent of registered voters went to the polls last week. That’s roughly eight thousand out of the thirty two thousand people who can vote. Some of the higher turnout happened in precincts that had a bond issue on the ballot. The Filer community had some of the highest turn out with around 43 percent. Twin Falls County Clerk Kristina Glascock says this years primary was particularly challenging with many changes taking place all at once.

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