30.3% of Teton County’s registered voters turned out yesterday for the primary election to determine which candidates would move on to the November ballot – the largest race being for Town Council. By the end of the evening, voters had chosen David Phillip Cameron, Jim Genzer, Hailey Morton and Jim Stanford to compete for the two seats available. Mayoral write-in challenger Jim Fulmer was able to collect far more than the three votes he needed to gain a spot on the November ballot and will challenge Incumbent Mark Barron in that election. All four County Commission candidates, Paul Perry, Claire Fuller, Melissa Turley and Barbara Allen move on to the November race. Keith Gingery, unopposed for the state representative seat from Teton County saw a 97.8% approval rating while Ruth Ann Petroff bested Republican challenger Bob Biolchini 460 to 342 votes. Contributing to the statewide voting, Teton County gave Incumbant US Senator John Barrasso 1699 votes for an easy win over his challengers Thomas Bleming and Emmett Mavy, and Democrat Tim Chesnut won 376 votes in Teton County well ahead of Al Hamburg and William Bryk. Cynthia Lummis was unopposed to seek reelection as a Republican and her Democratic challenger Chris Henrichsen was likewise unopposed in the primary. The totals now are to be made official by a county canvassing committee Thursday.