Missouri polls opened up at 6 a.m. today, allowing some the chance to vote before work.
Voters lined up early at the Saginaw Baptist Church in Newton County.
Residents were first separated alphabetically by last names and handed their voter card, before filling out and turning in their ballots.
One Saginaw couple drove several hundred miles for today's election.
"We're truck drivers and we off loaded last night in Indiana," says Carl Gray. "We had 550 miles to get home so we come on in to vote. I slept about six hours during the night, she drove, so she's been up."
Officials say your lunch break may not be the best time to vote if you're in a rush.
The Jasper County clerk suggests voters have patience since this is a presidential election.