Unopposed city councilman Curtis Jones Jr. shared his take on today's election, describing voter turnout as slow but steady. He was the fourth person to vote at his polling site at 7:05 am he said.

"It's slow but steady," Jones said. "We need to make sure we translate this to pocketbook issues."

He added that the ballot question which asks voters whether the city should create a jobs commission is a demonstration of why voting is relevant for change.