A new poll released today shows that voter turnout in New Jersey’s primary elections tomorrow may be low, but they are expected to be strong in Cape May County. A Farleigh Dickinson University poll shows that about one in every seven voters will cast ballots in Tuesday’s primary elections. There are contested races in all of the state’s 13 congressional districts. Voter turnout in Cape May County is expected to be higher to a hotly contested race for the republican nomination for two freeholder seats. There are also contested primaries in Lower Township, and in Upper Township.