(Whitewater Valley)--Wayne County’s voter turnout was the best it’s been in the last 20 years. 60% of registered voters cast ballots. The majority of those people voted early. Just shy of 10,000 Wayne County residents voted Tuesday, but 16,000 voted before that. Voter turnout in Ohio counties was significantly better. Preble and Darke County turned out 75%. Butler County had 70%. In Indiana, Randolph County had a 59% turnout, Union County had 56%.