The primaries have finally made it to Kentucky, but the voter turn out for Tuesday isn't expected to be very high.
Warren County Clerk, Dorothy Owens, says she expects less than 10 percent of voters to be at the polls.
"I know the state put out a 10 to 12 percent statewide," says Owens, "So I'm hoping Warren County has at least 10 percent, but there is just almost nothing to bring the crowd out. You need something to bring the crowd out."
In Warren County the Circuit Clerk race is expected to be bringing in the most voters.
In Barren and Metcalfe counties. voters will have the opportunity to elect their Commonwealth Attorney.
Owens says precinct workers will continue a normal election day schedule despite the low turnout.