Voters in Missouri and Kansas will cast ballots today on dozens of candidates and issues, including the man they want as the next president of the United States.
Here's what to expect as you head to the polls:
A big turnout is predicted, with more than 3 million of the state's residents expected to cast ballots.
Voters will choose a U.S. senator, governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and other statewide officeholders.
Among several ballot issues up for approval is a 73 cents-per-pack increase in the cigarette tax.
Polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Identification, such as a driver's license, current paycheck stub or utility bill, can be required, but photo IDs are not needed.
No statewide candidate races, although state House and Senate seats are on the ballot, as are the state's four U.S. House seats.
Voters will decide the fate of a proposal that would change the way boats are taxed.
Polls open at 7 a.m. in most places, although Johnson County opens its polling places at 6 a.m. All sites close at 7 p.m.
For the first time, a photo ID is required. Acceptable photo IDs include any document issued by the local, state or federal government that includes a first and last name and a photo.