Voters were coming in at one a minute in Nevada's oldest precinct as the polls opened Tuesday.
As of 7:19 a.m., 19 voters had cast ballots at the Genoa Townhall.
Poll workers Emmy Dombrowski and Howard and Joyce Stevens said voters were coming through at a steady pace.
There were no lines in Genoa or at the CVIC Hall in Minden on Tuesday morning.
Predictions of wet weather evaporated with the sun this morning. A smattering of snow fell on the west side overnight.
There was no line in front of the Gardnerville Fire Station.
Between early and absentee voting, an estimated half of Douglas County registered voters have cast ballots already. That leaves 16,000 to 20,000 people going to the polls today.