Final Days of Election
As both candidates fight to get Wisconsin's 10 electoral votes, people line up by the hundreds to cast a ballot early. Video by nbc26.comvideo
Passionate politics are lurking around every corner in Wisconsin.
Taylor Bachaus rushed to lock in her vote before November 6th.
"I actually have a mid-term on Tuesday, and I don't want to have to wait through long lines," Bachaus said.
The GAB says more than 412,000 people around the state have requested absentee ballots.
"I thought it would exceed four years ago. I really did. With the way the political atmosphere is I expected that," said Green Bay City Clerk Kris Testke.
Down in West Allis, Mitt Romney makes his final push.
"Look at the record, the accomplishments and the failures and the judgment. Words are cheap. Our record is real and earned with real effort," Mitt Romney told the crowd.
And in Beloit, Vice President Joe Biden urged voters to stay on course.
"We're going to end the war in Afghanistan. We're going to create a million new manufacturing jobs. We're going to trade two million workers through our community college for jobs that are there now!," Biden said.
Passion that will only build in the final days.
November 2nd was the final day to vote early, so if you didn't get a chance to drop a ballot you're just going to have to wait until Tuesday. City clerks say be prepared for long lines. If you moved, changed your name or haven't voted in four years get ready to register, which also takes time.