City Clerk Casey Carl projects turnout will at least match the last municipal election. In 2015, it was 40 percent. "We're certainly on track to hit that again this year".
KRDO NewsChannel 13 will have more updates later on Monday.
Waggner said they have only had four people come in to complete same day registration and voting.
In Minneapolis and St. Paul, where voters will make picks for mayor, Election Day marks the culmination of almost a year of organized campaigning. St. Paul may not be able to announce the victor of the mayoral race until Saturday night - because they're counting all the ballots by hand.
"It's all over the map", said Schultz. The only other contest on the ballot is for St. Paul School Board, where voters will choose three candidates.
The first selectman, and the Board of Selectmen seats are not up for election until 2019.
"I am not happy that it's going to take days to find out who won", Dreier said. "That was nearly 10 days ago, a political eternity, so I think slightly the chance is for Harris".
"This looks like the first time we'll have to go to reallocation for the victor", said Mansky.
Minneapolis officials will start the count Wednesday morning if no candidate gets a majority and hope to have a result by the end of the day.
The 866-OUR-VOTE Election Protection hotline will be answered live on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 from 5:30 a.m.to 9:30 p.m. EST.