Local News GALLERY: Brown County votes By Sara Clifford - Nov. 8, 2016 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Voters in Jackson 3 had to wait in a line to vote this morning. Poll workers said the machines were full 99.9 percent of the time. Scenes from Brown County polls Tuesday, Nov. 8. 1 of 27 Voters stood in a line that stretched out the door and into the hallway at Washington 4, the County Office Building, Nov. 8. Diana Wright (center) greets Torrie Birkemeier and her son, Aesop, outside of Washington 3, Nov. 8. Campaign signs line the walk to the County Office Building in Nashville, Nov. 8. Pamela Griffin stumps for Judy Swift outside New Life Community Church. Voters wait to for an open voting machine at Washington 3 (New Life Community Church) on Nov. 8. Candidates for school board and county commissioner stand outside of Helmsburg Elementary School electioneering on Election Day. Voters in Jackson 3 had to wait in a line to vote this morning. Poll workers said the machines were full 99.9 percent of the time. Voters in Jackson 4 had less of a wait time on Election Day at Helmsburg Elementary School. Libby Kelp, Dawn Snider and Sandy Cain sit outside Washington 4, the County Office Building, where they were electioneering for their preferred candidates. Jana, left, and Sarah Shaw were out campaigning for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Republican recorder candidate Judy Swift at Sprunica Elementary School (Hamblen 1). Republican treasurer candidate Mary Smith brought her dogs Reina and Finn to Sprunica Elementary School (Hamblen 1 precinct) to campaign. Her husband, Aaron, was also there. Smith is unopposed in this election, but said she enjoys going out to the polls and seeing peopel vote. Poll workers at Sprunica Elementary School (Hamblen 1) help voters get ready to cast their ballot. Poll workers at Sprunica Elementary School (Hamblen 1) help voters get ready to cast their ballot. Campaign signs lined the fence around Van Buren Elementary School's playground on Election Day Nov. 8. Supporters of the Van Buren Township Volunteer Fire Department asked voters to take a moment to sign their petition asking that the firefighters be paid their contract funds from the township's trustee. Poll workers at Van Buren Elementary School help voters get ready to cast their ballot on new electronic voting machines during Election Day Nov. 8. From left to right: Mickey Ayers, Dean Henderson and Ben Phillips chat in the "chute" before Ayers went in to vote on Election Day at Van Buren Elementary School. Phillips and Henderson were electioneering for Republicans. The precinct-by-precinct results grid at Brown County Democratic Party headquarters stayed blank on Election Night, as totals did not look good for the party. Steve Gore and Kurt Young track election totals on a laptop computer at Democrat headquarters.