ELECTION DAY 2018: What you need to know


Voters enter and leave the DeKalb County Legislative Center in Sycamore on Monday, taking advantage of the last day of early voting before Tuesday's election. Wet ballots. The first two page ballot (so double the chance for each voter to jam).

You can find your polling place at mnvotes.org or by calling the Secretary of State's Voter Information Line at 651-215-1440 in the metro or 1-877-600-VOTE in Greater Minnesota. Otherwise, you'll have to vote by provisional ballot and return by Friday 5 P.M. with required ID if you want your vote to count.

There is also a contested vacancy in the District 18 Lake County Board seat that has been held by Aaron Lawlor of Vernon Hills, the County Board chairman who announced he was not seeking re-election earlier this year after receiving treatment for an addiction problem.

Mid-afternoon Monday, Jefferson projected total absentee voting - there is not technically early voting - in Sumter in this midterm to be about 3,500 above the last mid-term election in 2014.

On Election Day, McDonald revised his estimate for 2018 up to 55 percent.

"I was just talking to one of my co-directors, and she said that they're expecting record-breaking numbers nationwide, so we're pretty excited", Kelch said. After months of campaigning and dozens of polls, voters get the final say.

Clark County Auditor Greg Kimsey said in an email that this election's turnout could be around 72 percent, which puts it in line with presidential election years.

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Volunteers at the Election Protection headquarters of the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law have told ABC News they have been fielding non-stop calls from voters across the country over the past several weeks.

This is how you can check to see if your vote was received and accepted.

Early voting was more exciting for some than others.

At the Hetzel Union Building on the Penn State campus, which encompasses five voting precincts, those who were stationed outside the polling place described lines stretching out the door of Heritage Hall and around the corner.

The General Elections are Tuesday, Nov.6, and polls will be open from 7 a.m.to 8 p.m. statewide. "They're being sorted and scanned now so they'll be ready to count right when the polls close".

Petok says he has not heard of any major voting glitches. What's the easiest way for disabled voters to cast their ballot? .