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All things considered, voting day went well according to Greene County clerk Richard Struckoff. Precincts in the county encountered only minor problems, and voter turnout exceeded expectations. KSMU's Megan Keathley reports.
Greene County Clerk Richard Struckoff had estimated a 35% turnout, and that was before the flash flood warnings were issued Tuesday afternoon. He says the thunderstorms seemed to have little effect on Greene county voters.
Struckoff also says that voting precincts only had the usual problems, including running low on paper ballots. Struckoff says that, until the clerk's office could send more paper forms, voters were able to use touch-screen voting machines instead. The biggest problem brought to his attention, he says, was a little more unexpected.
Struckoff thanks voters for Tuesday's exceptional turnout, and for their patience in the voting place.