So far the cameras seem to be keeping illegal voters away from the polls.
"We have gotten some calls saying people left once they noticed the cameras. If they're legal, they shouldn't have a problem with them," Hayes said.
"It hasn't been the same crazyness so far. During the preliminary, at this time places had like 600 votes already and today those same places have like 400. I think it's working," Guzman added.
Reporters Sara Brown, Keith Eddings and Mark Vogler contributed to this report.