At the McLean County Clerk's Office, Clerk Kathy Michael said her office stayed busy all day with what she called a flurry of last minute registrations.
"We had about 2,000 come in last week, and we are expecting about 3,000 more just today," she said.
In total, Michael said she expects McLean County to have around 58,000 total active voters after final registration forms are tallied.
To put that in perspective, Michael said the county had about the same number of active voters for the 2008 general election.
"Interestingly, it seems there is the same level of enthusiasm happening this year, which is not the national trend," she said.
Michael's office only handles elections and voter registration for the Town of Normal and all of the other cities in McLean County, except the City of Bloomington.
If you missed the traditional deadline Tuesday, you have one more chance to have your voice heard this November.
Grace period voting begins Wednesday, October 10 and runs through November 3.
It's a chance for people older than 18 to register to vote and still cast a ballot. The only difference is you can't vote at your typical polling place.
"You come in my office and we register you right here, and we send you an absantee ballot. So you can vote from home, but that also proves you live there," Michael said.
To check if you're registered, click here, or you can stop in your county clerk and/or election commission office.
That is also where you can go for grace period voting.