There's just two days left to cast your vote if you haven't already in the upcoming primary election.

While it's a presidential election year, it's going to be another Biden-Trump rematch, so there won't be a lot of other choices on the ballot.

Columbiana County board of elections deputy director Bryce Miner says if you waited to cast your vote, you can go to your local Board of Elections office and vote Sunday between 1pm and 5pm or on election day between 6:30a and 7:30pm.

If someone forgot to toss their mail-in ballot in the mailbox Miner says to just turn it in to your local board of elections office in person no later than 7:30pm on election night or you can mail it in if it's post marked by March 18th.

Miner says it's tough to say whether or not they'll see a surge in early voters this year.

"With President Biden and former president Trump already ramping up the nominations, it's been a steady early voting period, but I don't think we're going to be setting any records this time around," said Miner.

Miner is, however, expecting voters to flood the polls come the general election in November.

Miner says if you'd like to be a poll worker, reach out to your local Board of Elections.

This is Miner's last election with the Board of Elections, he's moving on to be the deputy city administrator and deputy zoning inspector with Columbiana.