The spreading coronavirus did not keep voters from getting out to participate in the March Primary Tuesday.
That is the message from DeWitt County Clerk, Dana Smith who says she made trips to the various polling places throughout the day Tuesday and says people were out and voting. She felt the turnout was good.
Voters came prepared with their ink pens and some even wearing gloves according to Smith.
Mail-in ballots and early voting were heavily pushed leading up to the election and Smith says those early voting ballots were counted as a part of Tuesday's results but they are still waiting on 14 mail-in ballots.
Those mail-in ballots have 14 days to get returned. The results of Tuesday's election are likely not to change.