Polling places throughout Agoura are reporting a steady flow of voters since early Tuesday morning.
"It's been very brisk; it's been a steady flow ... I bet we had 40 people in line at 7 a.m." said Dan Reed. a volunteer at the Sumac Elementary School polling location.
Over at the St. Paul Lutheran Church on Kanan Road, polling place volunteer and former Patch columnist Charlene Ross also reports that ten people were already on line when the polling location was opened at 7 a.m.
"It's been busy; it's been consistent," she said.
Helen Hartel, Patch's Pet of the Week columnist and a volunteer at the Civic Center location also reports a steady stream of voters.
"So far we've had 150 people just for our precinct," Hartel said at around 10 a.m.
Stay with Agoura Hills Patch throughout the day for election day updates.