It’s Election Day. But if projections hold true, fewer than 1-in-5 Omaha voters will bother to vote in primaries for mayor, City Council and a new, nine-member Omaha school board. That’s about 50,000 people, and that’s not enough. Every vote really will count. In 2009, the top three candidates for mayor were separated by just 3,520 votes, while in one City Council district, the difference between first and fourth place was just 204 votes. It’s Election Day. It matters. Go vote.