There was a steady stream of early morning voters today at the Felicity SDMS Hindu School in Felicity.
Despite a slight downpour of rain shortly before 7 am, voters were still seen trickling in to cast their respective ballots.
There were no reports of any minor or major hiccups as the process is reported as smooth so far.
Government Senator Avinash Singh arrived shortly before 7 am to cast his vote.
Senator Avinash Singh shows his voting finger.
Speaking with the Guardian Media, Singh proudly displayed his voting finger and said that the process took him and his wife just under five minutes.
He said he received no issues at the polling station this far.
Singh also gave "hats off" to the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) for a "well-organised" machinery.
"Felicity is a very nice area. There's a lot of unity and no issues so far," Singh said.
Story and images by RHONDOR DOWLAT-ROSTANT
Lead image caption: Voters trickling in at the polling station at the Felicity SDMS Hindu Primary School at Cacandee Road in Felicity, Chaguanas.