NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Early voting is coming to a record end in the Volunteer State on Thursday.
According to the Secretary of State’s office, nearly 1.5 million voters cast a ballot during the early voting period as of Nov. 2.
Across Middle Tennessee, the number of voters hoping to avoid long lines on Nov. 8 has been just as impressive.
The number of voters continues to increase and polling locations expect to be busy on the last day.
In Davidson County, 156,227 people have voted prior to Thursday.
To the east, Wilson County has had 38,325 people turnout to cast their ballot. North of Nashville, Sumner County election results show 43,055 and Montgomery County has seen 32,897 enter polling booths. Finally, Williamson County 75,802 voters hit the polls and further south in Rutherford County, 72,210 people have decided who they want to be president.
Many polling locations across Middle Tennessee opened at 8 a.m. and several have extended hours. You can check for specific polling locations and their hours by clicking here. Voters will have to show a state or federal ID with a picture before voting.
The official day to vote is Nov. 8 across the United States.