Just after 7 a.m. Tuesday morning, cars wrapped around the Lower Southampton Elementary parking lot and the line of voters took up most of the school's gym.
That was a similar sight all over Lower Southampton. Poll workers all over township reported having a large amount of voters waiting to cast their ballots Election Day morning.
"It was the best turn out I ever saw when opening," judge of elections Helen Sroba said of the line of voters at Joseph Ferderbar Elementary Tuesday morning.
"It was the busiest I've ever seen it that early in the morning," she said of the 12 years she has been working the polls in Lower Southampton.
According to Ferderbar poll worker Rae Ann Smaron, there were about 80 people waiting in line to vote before the polls even opened.
At the Neshaminy Senior Activity Center, judge of elections Theresa Fischer said the early morning turn out was "terrific" and "fabulous."
"It was the most (voters) I've ever had this early," she said, noting that she has been working at that polling location for about five or six years.
Feasterville Fire Company judge of elections Gene Ingram echoed that statement.
"We had 50 people by 7:15 this morning," he said, adding that people started waiting in line to vote at that location at 6:30 a.m.
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