SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WSBT) — Election Day is only two days away, and many spent their Sunday afternoon waiting in line to cast their vote.
The line to vote at South Bend's County-City Building stretched all the way to Jefferson Boulevard, at one point wrapping around the corner.
One of the voting supervisors says they do not usually see this turnout during midterm elections.
But people waiting to vote say the line moved fast, and it is important to cast your ballot.
Voter Kim Redman said, "Don't assume that your candidate is going to win. You have to, you have to vote. So often, we see close races and someone is sitting at home going 'It's not going to matter, they're going to win anyways.' That is not the case. It is so so important to get out that vote."
The County-City Building will be open from 8 a.m. until noon Monday, and the polls will be open on Election Day from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. at any of the St. Joseph County voting sites.
A map of all the polling locations in St. Joseph County can be found here.
To check who is all on your ballot before you vote, visit the Vote411 website.