WICHITA, Kan. -

Sedgwick County Election Commissioner Tabitha Lehman said her office had minimal problems on Primary Tuesday.

Results started hitting the website right on schedule.

"You know we had over 51,000 people vote today and we got that done quickly and we got those results out quickly. So we're very excited about that," said Lehman.

It was all smiles and jokes at the election office as poll judges began delivering results from across the county because everything was working as scheduled.

After a lot of changes at the office, intensive training, and a mock election to test the equipment, fears of a repeat of the problems in 2012 were finally gone.

"You know, we've had a lot of smooth elections between the issues we had in '12 and now. And so we're just looking forward to moving forward and putting everything behind us."

Lehman said the biggest problem all day was some confusion about polling locations. At least seven polling sites were relocated.

Site change notices were sent out to voters, but Lehman says she plans to send another round to every registered voter in Sedgwick County before the general election in November.