Waukesha, Wisconsin (CNN) - Wisconsin's elections spokesman pushed back against rumors a ballot snafu could make for a long primary night Tuesday.
"If there's a long night, it's not because it's ballot issues," said Reid Magney, public information officer at the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board.
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Magney said election clerks tested their equipment ten days before primary day, and discovered ballots had been printed in the wrong size in Milwaukee, Dane and Portage Counties.
The ballots were then reprinted correctly, Magney said.
Milwaukee and Dane County - which covers the Madison area - are expected to boost Mitt Romney's totals, while Santorum is expected to do well in Portage County.
Magney said the Romney campaign had urged officials to test their equipment, but by that point the ballots had already been reprinted.
On Illinois' primary night, state officials discovered some ballots did not fit into the machines, which slowed the tabulation process.
Magney also downplayed two problems affecting absentee ballots.
He said some absentee ballots were sent out in the wrong size. Those ballots will be "remade" by poll workers throughout the day Tuesday.
"The poll workers open up the absentee ballot envelope, remove the ballot, and use it to mark a new blank ballot," Magney said of the wrong sized absentee ballots. "They do this throughout the day, so it shouldn't be an issue tonight when it comes time to count them."
In addition, some clerks sent out military and absentee ballots out late.
"The number is relatively small, and shouldn't impact counting tonight," Magney said.
–CNN Political Reporter Peter Hamby contributed to this report.