Voter turnout has been heavy through the day in Christian County, with extra ballots needed for at least one precinct.
Christian County Clerk Mike Kem says the Crofton precinct came close to running out of ballots sometime early in the afternoon.
Kem says the only other issue in the afternoon at a precinct was a miscommunication about the ballot when the voter didn’t see the school board race.
What could have been a problem late in the morning turned out to be a non-issue, according to Kem, who says a good cleaning fixed a machine at St. John United Methodist Church.
The morning started with a couple of problems with handicapped voter machines in Lafayette and Herndon—though solutions were found quickly.
Nathan Dean is a poll worker at the Christian County Courthouse precinct and says it’s been a smooth day.
Voting in Todd County has been heavy and smooth.
County Clerk Kim Chapman says they’ve been problem free and are seeing a good turnout.
All Todd County voters have a State Senate and State House election to cast a ballot in this time around. There are seven candidates running for six seats on Elkton City Council and 11 running for six seats on Guthrie City Council.
Todd County features 13 precincts.
It looks like the voter turnout in Trigg County will be on the high end, with only one minor problem reported there early.
Trigg County Clerk Dorris McGill says there’s been a consistent flow of voters at that county’s 14 precincts.
Ms. McGill said the one voting machine problem reported early was quickly fixed.
Trigg County features races for State Representative, State Senate and Circuit Court Clerk.
Polls close at 6pm, though anyone in line at 6 will be allowed to vote. Our live election coverage will begin at 6 on all of the whop family of stations.