Lexington County sees few problems on election day

ccope@thestate.comNovember 5, 2013 

GERRY MELENDEZ — gmelendez@thestate.com Buy Photo

— In Lexington County, Election Director Dean Crepes said the main problem they have seen is voters who think they live within a municipality when they do not.

He said the issue is common, and it is a good thing in a way because it is tuning people in to voting.

“I love those kinds of problems,” Crepes said. “It shows that people in the county are serious about their voting.”

Just before 11 a.m. Crepes said that all the machines were up and “we’re rockin’ and rollin'.”

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