In Onondaga County, about a third of registered voters have cast their ballot, between early voting and absentees.

However, if you haven't voted yet and are planning to, we have some tips for you. 

Remember, early voting concluded Sunday, so the polls are closed and will re-open Tuesday on Election Day.

Although the deadline has come and gone to submit an absentee ballot online or by mail, you can still go to your county Board of Elections in person to submit an absentee ballot Monday. 

If you still haven't voted, you'll find more polling locations open on Election Day, which means more convenience. You will also be able to go to your designated polling site if you're registered. 

And finally, don't forget that if you're heading to the polls tomorrow, what you wear does matter. Any shirts, clothes, or hats supporting a candidate on the ballot are not allowed.

"Ambiguous political messaging like 'Don't Tread on Me' or 'Black Lives Matter,' that's allowed. Or a previous president, that's allowed. But, the names that are on the ballot are not allowed. We will ask you to cover that up," said Onondaga County Board of Elections Commissioner Dustin Czarny.

As a friendly reminder, masks are required to go inside polling places.

The polls will be open in most locations at 6 a.m. Tuesday.