Published: Nov 06, 2012 1:03 PM EST
Updated: Nov 06, 2012 1:08 PM EST

NAPLES, Fla. - The voter lines were relatively short and fast-moving at St. Ann's Jubilee Center Tuesday morning.

Florida's Governor Rick Scott, along with his wife, daughter, son-in-law, and grandson, arrived at the polling center shortly after it opened at 7 a.m.

Within about a half-hour, the family had passed through the line and cast their ballots.

"The biggest thing is we want everyone to vote," Scott told WINK News afterward. "We've had 4.4 million Florida voters vote absentee and early, which is great. We want every Floridian that has a right to vote to get out and vote."

While other voting centers around Southwest Florida reported long wait times and polling problems, St. Ann's short, and sometimes nonexistent lines, were a welcome sight for some on Election Day.

"I noticed a lot of people in there had little cheat sheets," said Tom Raimondo, a voter there. "They knew exactly what they wanted for the different answers, so it made it quite easy."