DOVER, Del. (AP/WBOC)- Delaware voters are deciding who their party nominees will be for the November general election.
Turnout in Tuesday's primary election was light but steady by noon, with two hotly contested races in New Castle County appearing to draw significant voter interest.
Wilmington Democrats are voting in a contentious five-way primary for mayor of Delaware's largest city, and Democrats also are picking a winner in four-way contests for New Castle County chief executive and state insurance commissioner.
U.S. Sen. Tom Carper is facing a primary contest as well.
Republicans are choosing a candidate for U.S. House, and voters from both parties are deciding several legislative and local contests.
Elections officials said no major problems with voting had been reported. In Sussex County, elections officials there said turnout has been night- at around 20 percent- especially in districts with no local races. However, polls remain open until 8 p.m., so that could change.