The polls in western New York are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday as the special election reaches its finale.
Republican Jane Corwin was scheduled to vote in the morning in Clarence and then go on to greet voters in Amherst.
Democrat Kathy Hochul doesn't live in the 26th district and won't vote on Tuesday as a result. She did have stops scheduled in Amherst and Rochester before her election-night party in Buffalo.
Independent Jack Davis, who is running on the Tea Party line, was scheduled to cast his ballot at the Clarence Senior Center on Tuesday morning. He had no other public events on his schedule.