Some volunteers say the rain slowed things down, but those that turned out say the voting process has been quick and easy; you walk in and you walk out.
Most voters say that the new ID law is necessary.
Claire Ward, a Leon County voter, said, "I'm really for that. Everybody's picture should be on a card so that the person signing you in can see it. Oh, yeah."
One change that hasn't caught on this election is the touch screen voting.
Sancho says less than one percent of voters chose to use the new machines. Some voters say they didn't know it was an option and others say they don't trust computers.
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