Early Voting wraps up tomorrow in Tennessee.
So far 1.2 million people have taken advantage of the convenience...nearly 60,000 in Hamilton County alone.
Despite long lines and a few minor issues, local election commission officials say, so far, so good.
The lines are long but so is the patience of early voters.
Jimmy Campbell, Early Voter, "I was a little surprised pulling up the amount of good citizens we have here in Chattanooga coming out to vote early. I figured I would rather stand in this line than the line on Election Day."
More and more people are doing just that this year.
Velma Adams, "It's very important. I've been voting ever since I was old enough to vote so this election is very important to me."
Hamilton County's Administrator of Elections Charlotte Mullis - Morgan loves to see the voters come early.
Charlotte Mullis-Morgan, Hamilton Co. Administrator of Elections, "It is getting more popular and people realize how much easier it is and how much faster it is because we have computers so we go much faster than we can on Election Day."
Morgan is seeing a few problems though.
Around 30 voters had to cast provisional ballots because of confusion over whether or not they were registered.
People are also writing in candidates whose names are already on the ballot *and* filling in the oval... that spoils the ballot.
And some are showing up without a photo ID.
Mullis-Morgan, "That is the most important thing, Their cards, voter registration cards are helpful but it will not help them to vote. They have to have their photo ID."
These issues could multiply come Election Day.
And new ones are possible with redistricting sending some local voters to different polling places.
Mullis-Morgan, "So far so good. What Election Day will bring we don't know."
But election officials are preparing for the worse while hoping for the best.
Check with your election commission for early voting locations and times.
The four sites in Hamilton County will stay open until 8 p.m.
The driver's license center on Bonnie Oaks will be open to provide photo IDs for voting this Saturday.