Officials in Lewiston are telling residents to be prepared for reduced and slowed city services on Election Day. City Clerk Kathy Montejo says the city uses many city employees to help work at the seven polling places to assist voters with election services on Tuesday. Those workers staff the polls from 7 a.m. through 8 p.m. and as a result, services in various city departments will be slower due to limited remaining staff coverage. She suggests that people needing to do business with the city wait until Wednesday when city departments are fully staffed again. For those who just can’t wait. All city operations will be functioning, just with a smaller staff than usual. Residents with questions can call City Hall at 513-3000.