|Acting Administrator Cathy Allen. John Brrown (right) |
and John Cusick (left) in background.
- Voting Registrar Dee Rumsey received 6,608 absentee ballots, a record for Northampton County.
- One Bethlehem precinct was unable to deliver its returns until 1 am.
- In some precincts, "people were waiting for hours" to vote.
- EMS responded to six reports of medical emergencies at the polls.
- There were five motor vehicle accidents at the polls.
- Traffic had to be restricted at polling locations in Lower Mount Bethel and Moore Townships.
- The provisional ballots have been examined.
The biggest help is knowing that the elections office and machine technicians are just a phone call away. They have helped numerous voters who get confused about where they need to vote.