Patrick Riley reporting from precinct 242:
Joani Kikkert, a realtor who cast her vote for Donald Trump at the Village Walk Community Center Tuesday around noon, said she "couldn't possibly vote Democrat."
"I feel she (Hillary Clinton) actually does belong incarcerated," Kikkert said. "I think of those that have done nothing compared to her and are in jail. And I just feel she's head of a crime family, just like the mafia."
Kikkert, who lives at Village Walk, said she prays Trump gets elected.
She said the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act — financial reform legislation passed in 2010 in response to the Great Recession — needs to be eliminated.
"Getting rid of the Frank-Dodd (sic) that will affect real estate, banking, it will affect so much," she said. "That Frank-Dodd was a rotten deal."
Kikkert would also like to see the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, reversed.
"I'm not having a problem, but I feel so bad for all these families," she said. "And they talk about the premiums, but it's the deductibles. They're monstrous."
Kikkert said she is hopeful Trump will win.
"I think we're going to be close to a landslide," she said.
Even though many at her office voted early, Kikkert said she enjoys voting on Election Day.
"It's just exciting," she said. "It's my day."
Laura Layden reporting from precinct 44:
Voters trickled in and out of precinct 44 at the Hope Lutheran Church early Tuesday afternoon.
One young voter who wished to remain anonymous said he voted against everyone in office because he wants change.
Supporters of opposing fire commission candidates stood quietly near the polls, stationed by signs for the one they wanted to win.
At about 2:20 p.m., the precinct saw a brief jolt of activity when a bus pulled up carrying residents of The Terraces at Bonita Springs retirement community. About a dozen residents came to vote.