ORLANDO, Fla. — The phone lines to the Orange County Supervisor of Elections Office were restored Monday night, and phone calls can be made and received there again if you have elections-related questions.

The lines had been down for much of Monday after construction workers operating down the road accidentally cut its phone lines, an elections office spokesperson said.

Other customers also were affected.

At that time, Orange County voters could still visit the elections supervisor’s office website to check their voter registration, view their sample ballot, find their polling place, track their vote-by-mail ballot and more, the spokesperson said. They could also send the office an email using the Contact Us form on its site.

Early voting wrapped up Sunday, and the primary election is scheduled for Tuesday.