Today marks the final day of arguably the most untraditional campaign in the history of our country. Ohio voters have a chance to make or break candidate Donald Trump who must win this battleground state if he stands a chance of winning the 2016 election.


According to The Columbus Dispatch, nearly 1.8 million voters have already casted their ballots early. Ohio saw 10,931 more early votes cast this year than in 2012, including increase of 69,387 in-person ballots.

The issues surrounding many Ohioans is the feasibility of a rigged election. 57 percent of voters are unsure whether or not their votes will be counted accurately. To accommodate for  this speculation of a rigged election, with help from the feds, the U.S. Department of Justice is sending 500 officials to 67 jurisdictions in 28 states today including Franklin, Cuyahoga and Hamilton counties to make sure things are running smoothly.

Things are definitely heating up in this election and Ohio is in the spotlight of important states to watch over the next 24 hours.

Get out and vote!