If you've voted in Michigan before, you won't have any problems voting in Tuesday's election.
There are no big changes is store except it's the first true test of the Optical Scan Voting machines.
Voter turnout is expected to be somewhere around 50 percent. Ingham County Clerk Mike Bryanton estimates 52 percent or 53 percent compared to the 48 percent voter turnout four years ago.
Lansing City Clerk Chris Swope says the number of absentee ballots issued this year is already above and beyond the number issued for the presidential election two years ago. He's seen a 70 percent since the gubernatorial race four years ago.