A lower turnout in the Northern Ireland Assembly election could be good news for the DUP and Sinn Féin.
That's according to Ciaran Flaherty, who is a senior reporter with Fermanagh's Impartial Reporter.
Turnout was down on the 2017 Assembly elections and opinion polls suggest Sinn Féin will be the largest party in Stormont for the first time ever, winning the right to nominate a First Minister.
The boxes were opened at 8am.
In the nearby Fermanagh and South Tyrone constituency, Ciaran predicts Sinn Féin to lose a seat: