Outside and inside the election offices show two different emotions. Outside, people are excited about casting their ballot and on the inside, elections workers are tirelessly working to make sure the voting process goes smoothly.
"It's actually very simple. I even found a parking place right away," said a recent voter, Bayla Washburne.
County Clerk Victor Salazar expects a 70% turnout for this election. That would more than double the June primary turnout at 30%.
"Our offices opened up at 8 this morning and people were standing outside in line before we even opened. So we just opened the doors and let them in," said Salazar.
Salazar says 435 polling locations will open up on Tuesday and more than 2,000 poll workers will report to their locations.
"I just hope everyone is informed before they make their decision, and hope they don't pick the guy with the best hair," said Kevin Harris.
Salazar advises people who are voting Tuesday to bring their I.D. and also look over a sample ballot. He says the sample ballot will make it a lot easier for people before they come to vote.