FORT MYERS, Fla. - Do not open until election day. Trucks delivered boxes to precincts throughout the county.
"It's all boxed up they bring it all in, so they're ready for tomorrow, the big day," said Brenda Nixon, a Recreation Specialist with the Tony Rotino Senior Center in Cape Coral.
Inside the boxes are everything poll workers will need for what will hopefully be a smooth election.
"That would be all of the scanners, all of the supplies, all of the ballots, all of the precinct registers, everything gets moved today," said Sharon Harrington.
Harrington, the Supervisor of Elections for Lee County, said they've made sure to have as much equipment at the sites as possible.
"We average about 15 to 20 per polling location so there's quite a few," said Harrington.
Harrington said this should alleviate any Election Day voting jams. But she reminds voters it will take some time to cast your vote.
"It's still four pages though so when the people go to the booth, its still going to take some time for people to fill in the oval, so I think we'll have a bit of a bottleneck there," said Harrington.