At the Phelps Center on Montgomery Street, Chief Election Judge Gabby Araiza said the line has been out the door and around the corner all morning.
“We came here at 5:30 this morning and there were already 10 people in a line outside,” Araiza said.
Araiza said crowds this large are expected for presidential elections.
Laurel resident Karen Deychak, 57, said the two difficult ballot questions were question 6 and 7.
“I was torn on gay marriage because of my religious beliefs,” Deychak said.
Deychak said expanded gambling also posed a moral dilemma for her.
“My first thought was, I don’t support gambling,” Deychak said. “But if it can keep money in the state instead of going out of the state, that’s a good thing in this economy.”