Some experiencing long lines as voters head to the polls for Super Tuesday

Voters in 14 states, including Texas, are heading to the polls on Super Tuesday and there's a lot at stake for all the candidates especially the presidential ones as more than 1,300 delegates are up for grabs.

In Travis County, 174 polling places will be open and voters can go to any of the places to vote. Several locations have reported wait times.


You can get an up to the minute look at wait times at polling locations here.

Earlier the morning the Travis County Clerk's Office also reported some polling issues due to workers not showing up.

RELATED: Travis County Clerk's Office: Some polling issues due to 'multiple no-shows' of workers

During early voting, Travis County saw record numbers with more than 130,000 people participating. According to the Travis County Clerk's Office that's more than a 20% increase from the last presidential election in 2016.

RELATED: Travis County sees record breaking turnout for early voting

This year's election has attracted thousands of young voters between 18-30 which is the demographic that Travis County has been targeting.

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New voting machines are also being used and with the system, voters receive a sheet of paper with all their ballot choices allowing voters to check before inserting it into a scanner. FOX 7 Austin's Jacqueline Sarkissian got a preview of the machine back in February.

Rain or shine the polls will stay open as long as you're in line by 7 p.m. 

To find out the closest polling location to you you can go here.