As of just after eight AM, my 2200-voter precinct had cast 324 ballots. My town uses optical-scan paper ballots. Today demonstrates one of the other great advantages of that system (besides traceability, that is): adding more voting stations, to accommodate the expected high turnout, is a simple matter of setting up a few more folding tables with privacy curtains. We had somewhere between twenty and thirty voting booths for those 2200 registered voters. Even though there was an actual, honest-to-goodness line for voting this morning, there was only a few minutes wait.
And now I suppose I should hie myself off to do some productive work, whilst awaiting the results.