In the wake of reported problems with voters getting the right ballots in early voting, election officials cautioned voters to make sure they have voted in all the races they are supposed to before hitting the “cast ballot” button. So far at least seven Burns voters have reported not getting to vote in the town’s municipal election while at least one Charlotte voter says the town’s liquor referendum was left off her ballot. At Tuesday night’s Dickson County Election Commission meeting, Administrator of Elections Linda Medley said mistakes were made by poll workers, but the final responsibility for making sure the right ballot is presented belongs to the voters. Medley said the poll workers go through a three-checkpoint system to make sure the correct ballot out of 33 is programmed into the voting machine before the voter enters. But human error is possible and “the last checkpoint is the voter’s responsibility,” Medley said. She advised voters not to hit the “cast ballot” button until they are sure they have voted in every race. The machine has a “review” button that allows the voters to see all the ballot choices they have made before casting the ballot. Once the “cast ballot” button is hit, the choices are recorded and nothing can be changed. Medley also cautioned that the ballot is multiple screens on the electronic voting machines and voters should be careful when using the dial to scroll through the pages to make sure they don’t skip one and that they go through all of them before casting their ballots. Anyone who believes a mistake has been made in the voting booth, should contact the machine operator before hitting the “cast ballot” button.