They say that number could very well come close to record voter turnout numbers for Centre County.
Folks around the area say this year, your vote counts more than ever, no matter what your age.
Long lines, "Get out here and vote, everyone," voter Paul Swanson said. "Exercise your American right to vote."
And big numbers. "It looks to me like the voter turnout is very high," Swanson said. "There is a lot of interest in this election, for good reasons."
Paul Swanson says reason number one, "Both candidates in the Presidential Elections have very different positions and it's very important to determine which way the country is going to go in the next four years," he said. "So I think it's really important to vote, especially this year."
This year, voting takes on a whole new meaning for the Swanson family.
"It was my first time voting," Eva Swanson said. "It seems like less of a big deal than I thought it would be, but it was still really exciting and worth it."
That's something Jill Swanson is proud to hear.
"It's a special time because I want her to know the meaning of voting," Swanson said. "This is a really meaningful time."
Centre County officials say the 2008 Presidential Election saw 75% of registered voters out at the polls, which they expect to increase by nearly 10% this year.