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Northampton County Registrar Dee Rumsey said she is anticipating some 32,000 voters to head to the polls Tuesday to vote in the handful of contested primary races. census numbers.

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The turnout would be welcome news to party leaders, who hope primary wins will lead to victories come November. Four Democrats are fighting for the chance to challenge Gov. Rep. Matthew Cartwright.

With most races on both sides uncontested, Northampton County Republican Chairman Craig DeFranco acknowledged voters don't have much to draw them to the polls.

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"At the end of the day, I think we have a very good chance to unseat Cartwright," he said.

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"When you win everything, there's nothing more you can do. Hopefully, the voters will see that and stick with the team that's been winning," DeFranco said.

On the other side of the political aisle, Northampton County Democratic Chairman Walt Garvin said the gubernatorial race should entice voters to head to the polls. Rep. Allyson Schwartz and Katie McGinty, the former state secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection, are all vying to challenge Corbett for the governor's mansion.

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Too often, voters only turn out when big money is being spent in an election, Garvin said, but the gubernatorial challenge offers that. Corbett faces low approval ratings and the office is up for grabs, he said.

"The governor has failed the middle class and working class miserably the last four years by cutting education and forcing taxes to go up at the local level. Whether (voters do turnout) or not remains to be seen, but there's plenty of reasons for them to be engaged," he said.

That race, he said, should draw in voters to weigh in on other races, such as the new 40th state Senate district. There, Lower Nazareth Township attorney Mark Aurand, Bangor Mayor Joe Cappozzolo and Northampton County Councilman Scott Parsons will face off to run against Rep. Mario Scavello, who is uncontested in the primary.