Knoxville (WVLT) - Thursday is the last day to cast your early vote in Knoxville's primary election.
So far, more than 2,000 voters have turned up to the polls to decide who they want to win in this upcoming election.
Although the early voting polls have been opened for 14 days, officials estimate that they will see their biggest crowd today.
But for those who may not make it to the polls tonight, there's still one more chance to cast your vote.
Election Officer Bill Cosey says, "Anyone who doesn't come out and vote by 8:00pm today needs to go to their normal polling place, you know the school or building they normally vote at and vote next Tuesday in the general election."
If you do plan to cast an early vote, there are four locations to choose from, one in the Downtown West shopping center, the Northgate shopping center, Five Points and South Knoxville.
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