This scene is probably different than what most of you saw Tuesday because he didn't have to put up with long lines.
His opponent, John Douglass, voted near his home in the northern section of the Fifth District.
He talked to voters and made one last pitch on Election Day.
Their third-party opponent, Ken Hildebrandt, has kept a quiet campaign this year.
Not pushing his issues in publicized television ads or at rallies.
Since last month's congressional debate in Danville, voters have said the issue of uranium could sway voters away from Hurt.
We'll see if that has any pull Tuesday in the polls.