HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – The presidential race has generated a lot of interest from voters and that could generate a strong turnout during Tuesday’s primary.
Dauphin County Elections and Voter Registration Director Jerry Feaser says people working the polls will be able to help voters if they show up at the wrong location or have other issues.
“You have to remember, there are a lot of configurations as to where you may vote and who you may be able to vote for based on the way the county is broken up for state Senate and state House and congressional districts,” Feaser said.
Feaser says there may be long lines, but if people arrive before the polls close, they will have a chance to vote.
“If you are in line by 8 p.m., you will still be able to vote because someone will either mark the end of the line or bring everyone who is in line indoors [where] there is room and close the door,” he said.