Manchester, New Hampshire (CNN) - New Hampshire may soon boast record vote totals in the first-in-the-nation primary.
New Hampshire Deputy Secretary of State David Scanlan said the office expects record turnout in the Republican primary because of "undeclared" voters who can vote for a Democrat or Republican.
He predicted 250,000 votes will be cast for Republicans.
"We're hearing that the turnout is steady. There aren't lines that are backing up but people are just constantly moving through the polling places," Scanlan said. "It's certainly what we would expect during a presidential primary."
– CNN Political Producer Rachel Streitfeld contributed to this report.