Updated: Tuesday, 06 Nov 2012, 10:07 AM CST
Published : Monday, 05 Nov 2012, 8:07 PM CST
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - At the largest precinct in the Mobile County, Creekwood Church of Christ, poll workers are making sure everything is in place and preparing for large crowds.
"One of my workers said maybe 16,000 vote here,” said Precinct Inpsector, Jamie McCullough
McCullough said her staff is ready to answer questions and organize the crowds.
"We get the brunt of the action it seems like,” said poll worker George Vogtner.
McCullough said it helps the process when voters know their ballot.
"One thing I think would be so helpful is if tonight they would go online and look at a ballot, a sample ballot and look over the amendments that are on the back. That way they can they can be familiar with them,” said McCullough.
Voters are allowed to bring a sample ballot as a guide, inside the booth. But there are a couple of rules you should know.
Polling officials said voters should be prepared to wait in line at any polling location Nov. 6. However, McCullough said some times may fare better than others.
"((From) 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. I would think would be probably very busy. I would think the least busiest time might be between 10 a.m- 11.a.m.” said McCullough..
Workers at Creekwood said they welcome the crowds on Election Day and would rather deal with a busy precinct than an empty one.
"If they don't vote now, they can't complain later,” said Vogtner.
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