Tuesday's primary election had a 31 percent voter turnout in Kent County.

We break it down further to look at where the most and fewest votes came from for Republican and Democratic candidates for President.

Kent County has 474,713 registered voters. 145,923 Kent County voters went to the polls for the primary election on Tuesday, March 10.

With a closer election, Democratic candidates had more than twice as many votes cast for them in Kent County.

Democrats: 103,803 total votes in Kent County, 21.87 percent of registered voters.

Highest turnout for Democrats in Kent County:

  • Nine precincts had a turnout of more than 40 percent
  • Six were in Grand Rapids
  • Three were in East Grand Rapids
  • Highest voter turnout was 46.66 percent in Grand Rapids City Ward 2 Precinct 33

Lowest turnout for Democrats in Kent County:

  • Nine precincts had a turnout of under 12 percent
  • Three were in Byron Township
  • Two were in Tyrone Township
  • The other four came from Solon Township, Cannon Township, Cedar Springs and Grand Rapids.
  • Lowest voter turnout was 10.45 percent in Tyrone Township Precinct 2

Republicans: 41,918 total votes in Kent County, 8.83 percent of registered voters.

Highest turnout for Republicans in Kent County:

  • Seven precincts had a turnout of over 18 percent
  • Three were in Algoma Township
  • Two were in Byron Township
  • One was in Ada Township
  • One was in Caledonia Township
  • Highest voter turnout was 20.35 percent in Byron Township Precinct 4

Lowest turnout for Republicans in Kent County:

  • Nine precincts had a turnout of under 1 percent
  • All nine were in the city of Grand Rapids
  • Lowest voter turnout was 0.21 percent in Grand Rapids City Ward 1 Precinct 24
  • Grand Rapids City Ward 1 Precinct 24 has 1,890 registered voters. Four voted for a Republican candidate in the primary. Three votes for Donald Trump and one vote for Joe Walsh.
City of Grand Rapids

See a map of Kent County with full election results.