Rick Burke cast his vote outside the booth as he knew who and what he was voting for early.
Voters turned out in a pretty good fashion Tuesday as they came and voted at the First Southern Baptist Church. Geneva Pohl came in at around 9:30 a.m. to have her vote count.
Voters turned out in a pretty good fashion Tuesday as they came and voted at the First Southern Baptist Church, as one voter showed her American spirt by wearing a pair of socks looking like the American flag.
Voters turned out in a pretty good fashion Tuesday as they came and voted at the First Southern Baptist Church.
John Mitchell, left, checks an early count of Tuesday's elections with his son, Matt, 8, and his wife, Pam, at the Douglas County Courthouse. Mitchell is a candidate for the Lawrence school board.
Jim Carpenter, left, and David Schauner, candidates for Lawrence City Commission, chat as ballots are counted on Tuesday at the Douglas County Courthouse.
Lauren Bracciano, left, 11, hugs her friend and city commission incumbant Sue Hack as election officials count election results in the background on Tuesday at the Douglas County Courthouse.
Douglas County Clerk Jamie Shew, right, talks about the ballot counting process with John Mitchell late Tuesday evening.
Lawrence City Commission candidate Mike Amyx chats with supporters on Tuesday at the Douglas County Courthouse.
Election workers, from left, Jackie Hout, Yvonne Rapp, and Maureen Wustefeld feed ballots into a vibrating machine, which aids in separating the ballots before being fed into a ballot scanner. Election results were slow to be counted on Tuesday at the Douglas County Courthouse.
Election officials, from bottom, Regina Stultz, C..J. Tate, Harris Tate, Yvonne Rapp and Rita Falks feed ballots into the scanners Tuesday evening at the Douglas County Courthouse.
School board candidates John Mitchell and Craig Grant look over the latest results of Tuesday's election at the Douglas County Courthouse with Milton Scott. Mitchell and Grant won seats.
Tom Bracciano, left, congratulates Mike Amyx after Amyx was declared the top vote-getter in the Lawrence City Commission race. Bracciano posed a serious challenge to the Progressive Lawrence Campaign's David Schauner, who took third place in Tuesday's election by about 250 votes. Schauner's wife, Cheryl Hewitt, is second from left.