Although more than half the Douglas County electorate cast ballots early this year, voters still turned out in droves Tuesday morning, with lines forming outside some polling places before 7 a.m.
On voters' minds were issues ranging from the economy and job creation to women's rights and the protection of constitutional freedoms.
In Douglas County, where Republicans outnumber Democrats 2-1, many voters expressed discontent with the incumbent president.
"There's so much at stake. I was apathetic when I was younger, and now with a voting child of my own, it took on a different meaning to me," Marypat Jones said …