How long did you wait to vote?
BOISE -- Secretary of State Ben Ysursa is predicting a 78% voter turnout for Idaho's 2012 General Election.
Voters throughout the state are already seeing crowds at many polls.
There's also confusion among some voters due to the state's redistricting plan. The plan changed many polling places just before Idaho's May 2012 Primary Election.
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On Tuesday morning, voters in Ada and Canyon counties experienced wait times of varying lengths depending on the time of day and location.
Ada County voters at the Garden City Senior Center, Highlands Elementary School, and the Red Rock Christian Church waited 10 to 20 minutes.
Voters at the Wynwood Place senior center in Southeast Boise waited for 35 minutes.
Those at Whittier Elementary in Boise waited for about an hour.
Canyon County voters had to wait about 15 minutes to cast their ballots at the Nampa Civic Center.
Election officials in Canyon County say phones rang nonstop throughout the morning with folks trying to figure out where to vote.
Officials in Canyon County says that's because many of those people have not voted since the re-districting took place.
Anita Burroughs says, "I started out at 10 a.m. and now it's 11:30 a.m. and I'm heading back to Middleton, and I still haven't gotten to vote!"
Burroughs told us she was on her way to her third polling location, after first driving to where she thought she should vote. "It's very frustrating, it's bad enough you have to decide who to vote for, who's telling you the truth and who's not, but then you have to run around to try and vote it's crazy!"
She's not the only voter we found who said they've been sent to several spots before they were finally able to vote.
Canyon County voter Dennis O'Brien said he had several problems finding the correct voting location.
"There was a problem with finding the right precinct," O'Brien said. "The map was a little -- not quite clear enough -- so they sent us to another place. Then, they told us to come back here again, and we waited for about 10, 20 minutes."
We found several others checking the maps by the polls for their exact address.
Canyon County Clerk Chris Yamamoto says problems like O'Brien's are due to the rapid pace of the redistricting process.
"Canyon County got the redistricting plan very late in the game, so we were under a lot of pressure ... just to pull off the May primary," Yamamoto said. "So, we've got a substantial amount of cleanup to do, and there's still some carry-over."