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Happy Election Day: A check-in from the polls as record voting turnout is expected




California's multi-language
California's multi-language "I Voted" stickers on offer for early voters at the Los Angeles County Registrar's Office in Norwalk, California on November 5, 2018, a day ahead the November 6 midterm elections in the United States.
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Polls are open bright and early today at 7am and you’ll be able to drop by and cast your vote until 8pm.

There are several swing districts in Southern California that might play a role in whether Republicans hold on to the House or whether the “blue wave” will push the House of Representatives to the left.

We’ll be bringing results to you after the polls close, but right now we check in with reporters at various polling locations to check in on turnout and atmosphere.

Have you voted yet? How was your experience?

Guests:

Neal Kelley, Registrar of Voters for Orange County, California

Sharon McNary, KPCC’s infrastructure correspondent, who is at Maurice Sendak Elementary Library in North Hollywood; she tweets @KPCCsharon

Caleigh Wells, general assignment reporter for KPCC and LAist, who is at Glen H Dysinger Elementary School in Buena Park; she tweets @cgrey307

Megan Burks, education reporter at KPBS, San Diego public radio; she is at the Sherman Heights polling location, in Congressional District 51