Voters speak out just hours before polls open on election day

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WASHINGTON -- After months of back and forth between Hilary and Trump, it all comes down to Tuesday.

Tens of thousands of people in the District, Maryland, and Virginia, casted their votes early, and hundreds of thousands of others are expected to head to the polls, Tuesday.

DCW50 went to the National Mall, just hours before election day, to get a pulse for how people were feeling.

“I’m just going to be glad when it is all over, I’m probably feeling like a lot of people,” said Jennifer Disotil.

“I didn’t get to hear a lot about many of the positive things that were going to be able to be done, so it feels like it is kind of just about picking who you dislike less,” expressed Andrew Chapman.

A few people told DCW50, they were definitely going to vote, but they do not actually feel like they have a dog in this fight.

“I was a Rand Paul supporter, so my guy was out long ago,” Disotil laughed.

“Our choice got trampled on by money, we are Bernie or bust people!” exclaimed Mary Capley.

Adiba Hasan, an international student from Bangladesh said, for her, this election cycle has been terrifying.

“It’s the same feeling back home as well, everybody is scared…This election is way more global than people here understand,” Hasan explained.

Voting Hours on election day:

  • Washington, D.C.: 7 a.m. To 8 p.m.
  • Maryland: 7 a.m. To 8 p.m.
  • Virginia: 6 a.m. 7 p.m.