(CNN) - The Virginia Board of Elections expects today's turnout will wind up looking a lot like what the commonwealth experienced in 2005, a spokesman said Tuesday.
In 2005, 45 percent of registered Virginia voters turned out. Virginia officials are not seeing any indications at this point that would suggest Tuesday's turnout will be higher or lower than it was in 2005, according to Board of Elections spokesman Ryan Enright.
Officials in New Jersey do not have any projections on final turnout numbers yet. Citing anecdotal information, Susan Evans, spokeswoman for the New Jersey Secretary of State and New Jersey Division of Elections, says that so far turnout in the state has been "light."
Evans does not expect actual turnout figures for New Jersey until polls close at 8 p.m. In the last two New Jersey gubernatorial races, in 2005 and 2001, turnout was 49 percent of registered voters, according to the New Jersey Secretary of State's office.
–CNN's Kevin Bohn and Mary Snow contributed to this report.