Voters in Illinois cast their ballots for President as part of Super Tuesday. This year their primary was moved up from May to February. But did it lead to more people getting out to vote? According to Wabash County Clerk so far, voter turnout is 18 percent compared to 22 percent in 2004. White County Deputy Clerk Sheila Headlee says their turnout is also lower this primary. While Edwards County Clerk Mary Smith says theirs was about the same. Some pointed to bad weather as the reason. The Indiana primary is scheduled for May 6th, while Kentuckys is May 20th.