Pam Reinhart’s first day on the job as a voting inspector proved uneventful.
“It wasn’t a very overwhelming election, which was nice,” the Seymour native said as she oversaw voting activity at The Pointe on the city’s east side.
“The hardest part was trying to figure out where all the stuff goes — how to do the paperwork,” Reinhart said.
She moved up to position of inspector Tuesday after spending eight years as a clerk.
Her time as clerk, however, gave a her a different perspective and allowed her to learn the ins and the outs of the job more thoroughly, she said.
“It can be a long day,” Reinhart said. “Being an inspector’s just knowing the ropes.”