University of Florida students for Barack Obama will be staying up at their campaign offices so they can wake up early tomorrow morning and be the first to vote.
"Early voting allows us to make sure that peoples' votes are counted. It allows people to go whichever day they want, they can skip the lines," said Peter Laumann, volunteer coordinator with UF students for Obama.
The College Republicans have been on hand to answer phone calls and make sure that their presence is known.
"Early voting is really important especially for our age demographic because on election day we probably will be busy," said Bryan Griffin, Chairman of the College Republicans.
Whether you're a democrat, republican, or independent, you can log on to our website wcjb.com and click on our link to find your county's early voting times and locations.
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