"I just turned 18 a couple months ago," said Borger. "So, I figured why not?"
He said he was worried for the health of his older relatives.
"For my grandparents and the older people I know, I'm a little bit worried," said Borger. "So, I try to stay away from them and social distance to try and keep them safe."
The hockey-rink-turned-polling place in Marathon Park accommodated Borger. This included routine sanitization, plastic screens, and clean pens. About half of the people inside wore masks.
Chief Inspector Jack Frederick said there were fewer people today than usual.
"We're making people stay six feet apart in the lines, which there haven't been much of today," said Frederick. "[There's been] a lot of absentee ballots, but not a lot of foot traffic. Not as much as normal that's for sure."
Borger successfully voted for the first time. He said he felt safe doing it.
"It was fun," said Borger. "I enjoyed it. I was a little bit confused wandering around in there, but I got the hang of it in the end and I'm glad I came out and voted today."
Results from Tuesday's election will not be available until Monday, April 13.