- Associated Press - Tuesday, November 8, 2016

MILWAUKEE (AP) - The majority of Wisconsin’s eligible voters will head to the polls on this Election Day.

Nearly 800,000 of the expected 3 million people who are expected to vote in the general election have already cast their ballots. That includes 28-year-old Rebecca Zbichorski (sbee-HOR’-skee) who headed to the municipal building in downtown Milwaukee to cast an early vote for Donald Trump.

Zbirchorski spent nearly eight years on active duty in the Marines with two deployments to Iraq. She says “America needs a kick in the behind” and thinks Trump is the guy to do it.

Zbirchorski says she’s tired of the political chaos and hopes the outcome of Tuesday’s presidential election won’t be challenged. The Wisconsin Elections Commission projects nearly 70 percent of the state’s eligible voters are expected to cast ballots in this election.

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