Election Day in West Virginia appeared to go smoothly with healthy voter turnout, Secretary of State spokesman Jake Glance said early Tuesday evening.
Secretary of State Natalie Tennant urged voters during a press conference Monday to report any improprieties to her office immediately.
While a few people reported specific problems at precincts, Glance said most calls appeared to be related to the redistricting that took place earlier this year.
Callers believed they had been given the wrong ballots.
Glance said some voters said they wanted to vote for a certain candidate, only to find that person was not on their ballot.
"We have had several calls about that," he said. "People thought they should have been voting for so-and-so when in fact their ballot listed someone else."
Glance said elections officials then had to explain how the redistricting stemming from the 2010 Census may have affected the voter's district.
There was a smattering of other problems.
One iVotronic voting machine in Monongalia County ran out of paper for 30 minutes Tuesday morning.
In Kanawha County, at least one voter had to cast a provisional ballot after poll workers said records showed he had cast a ballot during the early voting period.
Dunbar resident Bryce Casto, 53, showed up to vote at precinct 289 at Dunbar Middle School yesterday afternoon -- just as he had done for several elections in a row now -- only to be told he had already voted.
"They said I voted on November 2nd during the Early Voting period," Casto said. "I said I teach and coach football and I was away at a football game that day.
"It was very upsetting to me, but they said I could vote provisional ballot, which I did," he said. "Still, that's not a type of situation where you should have mistakes -- it's very frustrating."
Casto knew the poll workers and he said they appeared upset about the matter as well. He said it appeared to simply be a clerical error, rather than some form of voter identity theft.
Casto called the Secretary of State's office about the matter Tuesday afternoon. Glance said officials have been working with Kanawha County officials.
Like the poll workers, Kanawha officials believe the problem was simply a mistake during early voting.