From reports it has been steady with some minor problems due to the incredible voter turnout which wasn’t expected until recently.
Here’s a report on it from the Port Clinton Herald:
CLEVELAND (AP) â€” Voting problems Tuesday in Ohio â€” including confusion over detachable tags on newly required paper ballots and a bogus bomb threat that halted voting â€” were minor compared with the long lines and poll worker confusion that plagued parts of the state in the past.
In trouble-prone Cuyahoga County, some people who voted in the primary that could put John McCain over the top and settle a fierce Democratic presidential nomination said they liked the switch to old-fashioned paper ballots because they were easier to fill out.
One glitch emerged in Cleveland, where Ohioâ€™s most populous county had just over two months to switch from a touch-screen electronic voting system with security issues to the printed ballots: some voters removed stubs that were meant for poll-worker handling.
The ballots were still valid, and it seemed doubtful stubs would enter the election lore alongside the notorious chads which held up vote-counting in Floridaâ€™s disputed 2000 presidential election.
The Cuyahoga County elections board, working to improve an image tarnished by a recent history of lost ballots, absent or poorly trained poll workers and vote counts lasting through the week, sent out a notice that the stubs should be removed only by election workers.
This probably isn’t a big deal unless Ohio comes down to a very tight race in which these irregularities could potentially make a difference. However, if the polls hold true to the actual vote, Hillary Clinton stands to do well in Ohio and could have a 6 to 7 point victory.
Some video of Ohio voters earlier this morning: