WILTON, Conn. The general consensus is it will be a slow day at Wiltons polling stations and the election officials say they weren't surprised.
People have been happy to vote, those that have come in, said Paul Lourd, Cider Mill polling station moderator.
In the hours they have been open for the presidential Republican primary, each of the polling stations has seen a slow trickle of voter of all ages. Those voters that have gone to the polls Tuesday have gone because they believe in the process. While Wilton resident Nea Martin wouldn't say who she voted for in the primary, she said that its important to vote in the primary.
Art Roberts, who voted for former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, said its important to show support for your candidate and, I think its important to go out to vote at every opportunity.
For Wilton Republican Gail Rauch its an exciting election; shes volunteering as an election official for this primary at the Middlebrook Middle School station.
The primaries started so early; I dont think its given the candidates enough time to grow into their situation, Rauch said.
Unlike many, Rauch doesnt believe Romney, is a foregone conclusion. Instead, she said, I voted for a man that I think can be a good adversary in debate for President Obama.
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