Election workers spent the day getting polling stations and materials ready for Tuesday's primary election.
Sedgwick County Election Commissioner Tabitha Lehman says voter turn out for the 2010 primary was around 25 percent. She says early voting is lower this year, and she expects voter turn out to dip below 25 percent.
"You never know though, maybe everyone will show up tomorrow," Lehman said.
Lehman says she's been getting a lot of questions from voters about new registration laws. Voters must now prove citizenship when registering to vote. Many critics say that requirement puts an undo burden on elderly and low income voters. Proponents of the law say it will stop voter fraud.
Voters who still need to prove citizenship can do so until 12 a.m. on Tuesday by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voting begins at 6:00 a.m. and ends at 7:00p.m. Tuesday. There are 64 polling stations across the county where voters can fill out their ballots.