Thousands across Maryland continue to head to the polls to vote early, including state delegate Kathy Szeliga.
The republican Senate hopeful cast her ballot at Towson University Tuesday; her fifth time voting early in an election, Szeliga said.
In the past, Szeliga said she would stand behind her party's nominee, Donald Trump, but she still commented on the uncertainty in the presidential race.
"The top of the ticket has gone back and forth," she said. "With the recent revelation of the FBI reopening the case against Hillary Clinton, people are concerned about the future of our country."
Szeliga and Congressman Chris Van Hollen are vying for the Senate seat held by long-time Senator Barbara Mikulski, who is retiring.
Van Hollen will speak at an early voting rally on Thursday, the last day of early voting. It will be held at the McFaul Center in Bel Air.