Eyewitness News has obtained information from callers that constables were positioned outside some polling places.
And at the Fairfield Township Municipal building, it's alleged by a voter who contacted us that constable told voters he was there to make sure they had their ids to vote.
We asked the Lycoming County Director of Elections about this --- she first told us the voter i-d was still considered by them to be a soft law and they would be asking for ids.
While that may be the case --- an i-d is not required to cast a vote in today's election.
Problems have popped up across the Commonwealth.
A mural of President Obama in Philadelphia drew a court challenge - that led to the mural being covered up.
There were also complaints made about overall confusion with the voter i-d...
With those questions focusing on who actually needed one....
If you were a first time voter--- you did need one