Lancaster County voters took to the polls for the municipal primary election on Tuesday.
Results continue to filter into the Lancaster County Elections Office as officials count mail-in ballots.
It could take a few days for all mail-in ballots in Lancaster County to be counted, after it was reported that nearly 14,000 mail-in ballots in the county were incorrectly printed.
Throughout the day, several precincts reported higher-than-expected turnout for a primary election.
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