After months of campaigning, millions head to the polls to cast their vote.
Warren County Precinct workers say voters lined up before the polls even opened Tuesday morning.
“If you don’t vote, you don’t have a voice,” Jean Robertson says.
And even with long lines and rainy weather, voters told us that wasn’t going to keep them from voting.
“Just trying to do my part as a citizen and give my input on who I think our elected officials should be,” James Stahl a Bowling Green voter explains.
The Warren County Clerk’s office has a record number of registered voters this year, with more than 66-percent expected to turn out.
Many are saying this election is one of the more hotly contested with the presidential election, Bowling Green’s mayor race, and the marriage amendment.
After months of listening to candidates make promises, and debate voters will have the last say when they cast their vote for who they believe is the best person for the job.
If you are unsure about where to vote or have any questions about the voting process, log onto www.kyelect.com or call your local county clerk.