WICHITA, Kansas -- Voter turnout in Sedgwick County has been brisk, and lines of Wichita residents have been turning out to vote.
Wichita poll workers say the heavier turnout is do to the presidential election, and residents deciding whether to add fluoride to the water.
Officials in Wichita say there have been a few hiccups.
It included long lines with average waits between 30 to 50 minutes throughout the day.
There were some challenges with paper ballots because a couple of machines at polling places had paper jams.
Another thing that could slow results, mail in ballots. Overnight, the Sedgwick County Election's Office received 4,000 in the mail, and those have to be hand counted.
"We will finish tallying the last of those. We have to process through open and count them, and then shut down all the equipment so it will be a little bit, but we will do the best to get the results out as quickly as we can," said Tabitha Lehman, Sedgwick County Elections Commissioner.