More than 5,000 people passed through the doors at Oak Creek City Hall in the last two weeks to vote prior to Election Day.
A total of 5,208 voters cast a ballot during the two-week early voting period, according to the Oak Creek city clerk's office. That's about 24 percent of all registered voters in the city.
Early voting was held from Oct. 22 through Nov. 2. Oak Creek also had 494 new registrations during that period, City Clerk Catherine Roeske said.
Polls open at 7 a.m. Tuesday. Residents may register to vote, view voter information or change information through the Government Accountability Board website.
For more information on voting in Oak Creek and a rundown of what's on the ballot, check out Patch's Oak Creek Election Guide.