Twin Cities prepare for Election Day

Twin Cities prepare for Election Day

Twin Cities prepare for Election Day

Turnout's been steady on Election Day, but not packed like it usually is when there's a mayor or city council race.

A technical oversight with York County's election machines is allowing a single voter to vote for a certain candidate a few times in certain races, according to a county spokesman. "It's very easy", said Marisol Ibarra, a 17-year Toledo resident.

The elections administration office wants voters to be prepared before showing up to the poll.

In Ward 1, Precinct 7, turnout Tuesday morning appeared steady, as 57 voters had cast their ballot by 8 a.m.

"It was determined to be too late to re-program machines that had already been sent out to 159 election districts", Walters said.

The release states that notices were posted at all polling places, reminding voters they may vote only once for cross-filed candidates in the same race. Also on the ballot are positions for the Kansas City, Kansas, Board of Education and Kansas City Kansas Community College Board of Trustees.

The group is teaming up with the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights to establish a hotline aimed at addressing questions people may have about voting.

But voting was going well, she said.

"This looks like the first time we'll have to go to reallocation for the victor", said Mansky.

At midmorning at a West Babylon polling place, a poll worker reported that turnout was strong and added, "It's the propositions".

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