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Election workers expect high turnout for today's primary (access required)

Katelyn, 2, visited a polling place at the Elks Lodge on Oak Street in Scottsdale on Sept. 2. Although tthe sticker says so, she's probably not eligible to vote. (Photo by Ryan J. Cook/RJCook Photography)State election workers are gearing up for a relatively high turnout for today's primary elections, possibly 30 percent or more of ...

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