Turnout Strong at Northfield Polls
The parking lot at St. Peter's Church was packed at 7 a.m. as eager voters lined up to cast their ballots.
Northfield voters lined up as early as 6:15 a.m. to cast their ballots in today's election.
When polls opened at 7 a.m., about 50 people were in line at St. Peter's Lutheran Church.
On the Northfield Patch Facebook page, Rebecca Bliss posted that she was the sixth person at the Ward 1-Precinct 1 polling location, which is First United Church of Christ. Shannon Schulz was No. 166 at W2-P2, which is the Northfield Community Resource Center. Brea Cruce, who voted at St. Peter's, wrote she was No. 325.
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