As of 1 p.m, a total of 32 people had placed votes at Friends Meetinghouse of State College, 611 E. Prospect Ave.
The polling place is where precinct 26 and 30 report to. So far, precinct 30 has seen 10 people come vote, and precinct 26 has seen 22 people come and vote.
Alicia Allen, a senior at Bellefonte High School, is volunteering at the polls. She said one man was present at 7 a.m. to cast his vote for precinct 30, but besides that, they have had people come in throughout the day, with no big rush in the early morning or lunch time.
Matthew Kline, a senior at Bellefonte High School, was volunteering at the 30th precinct table.
"The most people we've had come in at the same time is four, and that was at 8 a.m.," Kline said.
Republican State College Mayoral Candidate Ron Madrid was at the Friends Meeting House polling place at 1 p.m. and he said that voter turnout has been "higher than expected."
"Other precincts seem to be doing well, especially for mid-day," Madrid said.
He began his day at the College Heights polling place before heading off to five other places, including Knights of Columbus, 850 Stratford Dr. and Foxdale Village Community Building, 500 E. Marylyn Ave., before coming to Friends Meeting House of State College.
Magisterial District Judge candidate Carmine Prestia said this election will affect students, adding that students are likely to go front of him in court.
"As students, these are offices that make the most difference in your life," Prestia said.