Illinois is one of the 24 states to cast votes tomorrow. Indiana and Kentucky are not. They have to wait until May. Illinois is hosting its earliest primaries ever, joining more than 20 states who will vote on Super Tuesday. Wabash countys democratic party chairman, Gene Siverly says the democratic race is particularly important to Illinois voters. Voters seem eager to head to the polls. Although, Clinton was born in the state, people we spoke with say theyre sticking with their current senator. Wabash has 16 polling places. Officials say theyre expecting a big turnout and a tight race. Siverly says hell be checking out each voter precinct and expects lines to start forming early. He looks forward to finding out which Illinois native comes out on top, but in his eyes its a win win situation. Hoosier voters will have to wait until May sixth to cast their ballots, Kentuckians May twentieth.