Mix Of Slow & Steady Voting At The Polls So Far

There was a mix of slow and steady voting at the polls this morning.
Voting is from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
At Warsaw City Hall voting was slow in Second Ward, Second Precinct. Out of the 550 total registered voters there were 17 who voted as of 8 a.m., according to Jack Volkers, poll inspector.
Voting at Center Lake Pavilion also was slow. At the Fifth Ward, First precinct, there were 588 registered voters and 50 who voted as of 8 a.m., according to Shirley Tatter, poll inspector. 
“Voting is slow, but I expect it to pick up at lunch time. The weather is dreary and no one wants to go out in this.”
Fifth Ward,Second Precinct voting included 577 total registered voters and 20 voted as of 8 a.m., according to Sheri Rapp, poll inspector.</div>

“It’s been slow, but we expect it to pick up at lunch time,” Rapp said.
At the Fifth Ward, Third Precinct site, there were 572 registered voters, and 24 voted as of 8 a.m. 
“It’s slow every year, but Iexpect it to pick up at lunch or when people get off work,” Hoffer said.
At the Kosciusko County Shrine Building Second Ward, First Precinct there were 938 total voters with 33 voters who voted as of 8 a.m., according to Don Taylor, poll inspector.
Taylor said it surprised him how steady voter turnout has been.
At Third Ward, First Precinct, there were a total of 1,086 voters registered, and 60 voted as of 8 a.m., according to Carl Ellis, poll inspector.
“Voting has been steady and there has been a good turnout,” Ellis said.
At New Life Christian Church and World Outreach for Wayne Township Fifth and 11th precincts, there were 100 voters who voted in the first two hours in the precincts out of 1,600 registered voters, according to Mike Ragan, Wayne Township Precinct 5 precinct committeeman.

Ragan said voting was steady and there was a line at times and there were people lined up ready to voted at 6 a.m.

(Story By The Times Union)