Election Day may have gone off without any major glitches, but some state lawmakers think the state's new voting machines could work a little faster.
Some officials are worried not as many people will get to vote if the machines don't pick it up a little bit.
Secretary of State Trey Grayson says he expects the General Assembly to tackle the issue early next year. He suggests the problems may have not been the machines, but the number of candidates on the ballot. A new state record was set of more than four thousand candidates statewide.