Ballot shortages and incorrect polling locations were two concerns we heard from Lansing voters during the primary election in August. So, what can voters expect in the general election?
Lansing City Clerk Debbie Miner says she expects everything to run smoothly, maintaining there were no problems in August. Miner says regardless of the hysteria reported the primary election went smoothly.
Ballot shortages in seven precincts were dealt with appropriately, Miner says and very few voters were affected.
Voter turnout Tuesday is expected to be just under 30 percent, but Miner says ballots are stocked and ready for a 50 percent turnout.