A lot is on the line.
It's the most expensive campaign in history.
It's estimated the presidential candidates and their party allies have raised a combined $2 Billion.
Money's poured in for local races too, so many of you are ready for it to be over!
Voters say most of all, they're tired of all the negativity going around.
"I think it's been ridiculous on both parties. You shouldn't have to resort to attacks. You should not have to make me feel afraid to be American," says Christian Mcwilliam of Notre Dame.
"Political ads. I can't watch anything anymore. I just want it to be done," says Micky hay of South Bend.
It's not just tv. It's yard signs, the front page of the paper, even your Facebook feed.
"I've definitely had to unsubscribe to some friends because of their political affiliation until after the election. I didn't want it completely consuming all my life," says Alec Sanderson of Mishawaka.
Voters we talked to say their minds have been made up for a while and these last minute pushes, are purely annoying.
They're ready to start looking at what lies ahead.
"It's time that we know who we're going forward with," says Hay.
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