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GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) -- Fewer Michigan voters cast ballots in this year's presidential election than did four years ago.
A worker at the Secretary of State's office estimates about 66% of registered voters statewide voted in Tuesday's election. The 2008 number was 68%.
In West Michigan, the highest voter turnout was in Ottawa County where 71% of registered voters cast ballots. That's six percentage points lower than in November 2008.
Kent County had a voter turnout of roughly 69%.
In Grand Rapids, about 61% of registered voters cast ballots.
In Muskegon, an estimated 59% voted.