BOISE-- Every Election Day it seems as if something does not go as planned. That could be said of what has been happening at some polling places in Kuna today.
There have been reports of high voter turnout at some precincts, causing Ada County elections officials to have to make photocopies of ballots to allow some people to vote.
Ada County Clerk Chris Rich told KTVB he believes the Kuna school levy vote is driving voters to the polls, along with Sen. Russ Fulcher running for governer. Fulcher is the state senator in that district.
Back in March, Kuna voters rejected a $3.19 million school levy. Supporters of the levy blame low voter turnout for its defeat.
A polling location at the Seventh Day Adventist Church on Linder Road reported running out of Republican ballots and running low on non-partisan ballots.
That precinct, and at least two others, received photocopied ballots. Those ballots will have to be specially processed when they get back to the Ada County Elections Office tonight.