Election officials say you might not see the long lines you’re expecting when you go to cast your ballot Tuesday. Record-setting numbers of early voters could thin the crowds. About 35-thousand people voted early in Milwaukee. Added to absentee votes in the mail, about 25 percent of the likely votes have already been cast in the state’s largest city. If you’re dedicated to avoiding the lines, the busiest time at Wisconsin polling locations is expected to be between 7:00 and 9:00 A-M.