Election Day is just hours away and if you didn't vote early, you could find yourself waiting in a long line.
But, there are also a few things you can do to help keep things moving.
The lines for early voting have been anything but short. And Scott County officials are expecting on Tuesday to be no different when the polls open bright and early at 7 A.M.
"A lot of people usually go to work around 7 so from 7–9 will be really busy and from 3–6 so if you can come during the down times that might alleviate some of your wait time," Scott County Auditor Roxanna Moritz said.
Regardless of what time you decide to head to the polls, you should double check where your polling place is because it may have changed since the last time you voted in Iowa.
"Now this year is a redistricting year so every 10 years based on the census we chance some of the polls a little bit...22 new locations this year so make sure you know where you go," Moritz said.
Scott County Auditor Roxanna Moritz said if you're not sure where to go: check the County's website or you can give the Auditor's office a call.
"Of course our lines are going to be really, really busy, we do have voicemail leave a number and we'll check back in with you within in an hour," Moritz said.
And if you're wondering if you need to bring that State I.D. along, well, you'll only need it if you plan on registering to vote on Tuesday or if you haven't voted in recent years.
"If you didn't vote in the last presidential election or the last Governor election you'll be asked to show an I.D," Moritz said.
But, above all else Moritz hopes everyone makes their voices heard.
"So hopefully we'll have a great turnout and we hope they take advantage of their civic responsibility and go vote," she said.
Polls will be open from 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. in Iowa and in Illinois they're open from 6 A.M. to 7 P.M.
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