Some voting precincts have seen between 30-50 voters, while others have seen more.
Western Meadows in Durant had a line waiting as they opened the polls.
According to Election Board Secretary Linda Fahrendorf, the sheriff's office was also called to remove signs that were less than 300 feet from a ballot box, which is illegal on election days.
Also, Fahrendorf said door hangers had been left at various residences, listing the wrong polling place to vote. Voters should contact the election board at 924-3228 for questions on where to vote.
Locally, voters are choosing a state senator for District No. 6, state representative for District No. 21, District No. 3 county commissioner, county clerk, associate district judge and a county question on whether to use one-fourth percent of the county’s sales tax for expanding the jail, plus the construction and maintenance of roads and bridges.
Democrat Incumbent State Senator for District No. 6 Jay Paul Gumm is being challenged by Josh Brecheen, a Republican. Democrat Nathan W. Williams and Republican Dustin Roberts are seeking the office of State Representative for District No. 21. This office is currently held by John Carey, who did not seek reelection.
Republican Robert Brewer and Democrat Jay Perry are seeking the office of Bryan County Commissioner District No. 3. This office is currently held by Ivan Kelly, who did not seek reelection.
County Clerk Tammy Reynolds, Democrat, who was recently appointed to the office to fill an unexpired term, is facing challenger Glenn Russell, a Republican.
Incumbent Associate District Judge Rocky L. Powers is being challenged by Chris D. Jones.