Voters young and old lined up bright and early at Peace Lutheran Church this morning to express themselves in the ballot box in what promises to be a well-attended presidential election.
An even 50 voters had cast ballots in the first 45 minutes, setting the tone for what pollsters Pat Goebel and Donna Gartner think will be a record-breaking day at the church’s precinct polling station. The two women said they have both served as volunteers there for about a decade.
“We’ve had a great turnout,” Gartner said.
With several tight races, voter turnout is expected to be more than 70 percent statewide.