Voters in Precinct 33 felt right at home Tuesday at the home of election inspector Ann Tubbs, that is.
The usual polling place Green Pastures Church, 3802 SE Ford had changed hands and there was some confusion when it came time for poll workers to set up for Tuesday's school board elections, said Tubbs.
The new congregation was unaware the church was a polling site, she added.
After contacting the Comanche County Election Board, Tubbs was instructed to set up the polling station in her home nearby, 3802 SE Camelot Drive.
She ran the station with the help of election clerk Doris Reecer-Ensley.
It is not unheard of for a private home to be a polling station, Tubbs said, but it has become unusual in recent years.
There are slightly less than 800 people in Precinct 33, according to Tubbs.
By shortly after about 1:30 p.m., only six people had voted, she said.
"If this were a presidential election, I don't know what we would do," Tubbs said.
Tubbs, who has been an election volunteer for more than 30 years off and on, said it didn't bother her to open her home to voters, although it was a bit crowded with the voting machine and table in the foyer of her house.