What did you see at your polling location?

Twenty-five voters cast ballots during the first 40 minutes of polls opening for Tuesday’s primary election in Minneapolis’ Prospect Park neighborhood. Several voters said the big draw was the race between longtime Democratic Rep. Phyllis Kahn and candidate Mohamud Noor, who is trying to become the state’s first Somali-American legislator. Ann Arbor Miller/MPR News

People from across Minnesota are heading to the polls today to determine the party nominees for U.S. Senate, U.S. House, governor, other constitutional offices, and the Minnesota House.

While there are several competitive primaries, political observers, the campaigns and party officials are all generally predicting lower voter turnout.

Did you vote today? What was the scene at your polling place? Was turnout low as expected? Did you have any trouble voting?

Today’s Question: Tell us your voting story. What did you see at your polling location?

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