As the GOP caucuses in Nevada got underway, some took to Twitter to complain that it was a disorganized "disaster."
Some said that poll workers didn't check people's identification and others said supporters of GOP front runner Donald Trump wore Trump gear. Poll workers are not supposed to show bias.
At one point, a poll worker being interviewed by ABC News told the reporter she was "helping Mr. Trump."
POLITICO reporter Marc Caputo listed some of the problems reported on Twitter.
Not enough ballots for some No checking voter IDs A poll worker wearing pro-Trump swag These allegations about #Nevadacaucus are just wow— Marc Caputo (@Marc Caputo) 1456279997.0
Politics reporter Emily Cahn also reported these complaints.
Now an announcement that they ran out of ballots. They "weren't expecting a crowd this size." #Nevadacaucus— Emily C. Singer (@Emily C. Singer) 1456277966.0
Second woman says no one checked her ID. She was just handed a ballot. She says it's very scary. #Nevadacaucus https://t.co/VqxrOianFj— Emily C. Singer (@Emily C. Singer) 1456277820.0
Man here says "it's a disaster." No one is checking in or checking IDs. They're handing out ballots willy nilly. Some guy voted trump twice— Emily C. Singer (@Emily C. Singer) 1456277077.0
Another voter snapped a photo of a Trump supporter dressed in a Trump hat collecting ballots. Poll workers are not allowed to show bias.
The turnout on Tuesday was very high, with voters lined up to vote for candidates including Trump, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.
#Nevadacaucus line over 200 yards long before doors even opened. Prediction: largest turn out ever! https://t.co/qiww7oIZFK— 🇺🇸Dean Meek🇺🇸 (@🇺🇸Dean Meek🇺🇸) 1456280674.0