Be prepared for a few changes at polling sites

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Voters should expect to hand over their driver’s license to be scanned and sign a digital screen when they check in to vote today, but they likely won’t have to wait in a long line.

Thousands of residents are expected to visit one of 21 vote centers across Johnson County today to cast a ballot in the primary election, with all centers open from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.

The way you cast your ballot won’t be different. All of the voting machines will look as they did the last time residents headed to the polls in 2012, Johnson County Clerk Susie Misiniec said.

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