HEBER — Two people complained of electioneering at the Heber School voting place, according to Dolores Provencio, county registrar of voters.
She said "troubleshooters" were dispatched to Heber School and found no evidence of illegal activity.
Some voters interviewed Tuesday night complained about one woman they said was rude or overbearing while passing out pamphlets in support of a candidate.
Others said there were so many people passing out pamphlets near the entrance to the polling place it was hard to enter.
One of the winners of Tuesday's Public Utility District election, Frank L. Marquez, said, "There was not really obstruction but there was (a lot of) candidates.