The longest shifts inside the on Elk Grove Boulevard aren't likely to be worked by a cashier or courtesy clerk Tuesday, but by .
Inspector Dawn Sirstad said Tuesday afternoon that voters had been trickling in more slowly than she liked, but she was holding onto hope that the after-work rush would compensate.
"It's been pretty slow," Sirstad said.
Elk Grove resident Frank Robinson said he didn't cast a vote for either the or U.S. Congressional primaries, because he "didn't know enough about any of the candidates."
Robinson said he voted yes on Proposition 28, the term limit reduction, and no on the .
Voter Gema Beck said her picks were Ed Nemeth for Assembly and Dan Lungren for Congress.
"We're pretty strict and conservative," she said. "We like to pick whoever's closest to our morals."
When asked who she supported for Assembly, Gilda Garcia had to think.
She said she chose Richard Pan, along with Ami Bera for Congress.
"I tend to go with experience," she said.
Elk Grove, how did you vote Tuesday? Was there a particular candidate or ballot measure you supported? Let us know with a comment below.