As voters head to the polls today, officials reported a few problems when polling places opened in the Myrtle Beach area and turnout was steady.
Precincts in Horry and Georgetown counties opened without any major problems, according to election officials in each county. Some minor glitches were reported with a few machines.
"It looks like we might have a good turnout this time," said Sandy Martin, Horry County's election supervisor.
By 8:09 a.m., 113 people had already showed up at the Forestbrook precinct, at the Forestbrook Clubhouse, to cast their votes. It was a full house and people patiently waited their turn.
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