Greensboro, NC -- If you didn't cast your ballot by Saturday, you will have to wait until Tuesday to be counted in the North Carolina Primary Election.
Early voting ended Saturday. In the Triad's largest county, Guilford, 20,000 early voters made it to the polls by Friday.
We spoke with Guilford County Election Supervisor George Gilbert who says there may have been as many as 2,000 more people who voted on Saturday.
Gilbert compared that to four years ago when 30,000 people turned out for early voting, when there was still a heated race underway between President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Gilbert says with the Republican nomination pretty much decided, the hot button that brought people to the polls was more than likely Amendment One, which would define marriage in North Carolina as being between a man and a woman.
Election Day is Tuesday and Gilbert says: "We are ready!"
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