Andy Hofmeister drops off his ballot outside the Cache County Administration building on Tuesday.

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Utah is on its way to break voter turnout records, and the same is true for Cache County.

“Because the primary was trending and setting records, we know that the general will set records,” said Jess Bradfield, the county clerk/auditor.

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