Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney made a brief Election Day stop in the Pittsburgh area, where he was greeted by hundreds of supporters even though it wasn’t advertised as a public event.
Election Day arrives, sending voters streaming to the polls to pick the next president and the candidates themselves scrounging for last-minute votes. The presidential contest is likely to be close, hinging on a few key states like Ohio.
After months of hard campaigning and weeks of negative ads funded by record political spending, millions of California voters headed to the polls Tuesday to have their say.
Voting Tuesday morning in Arlington, Virginia. Long lines are expected. The state has 13 electoral votes and is considered a toss-up in the Presidential race.
Rep. Paul Ryan is traveling after voting in his Wisconsin hometown. He plans on joining Mitt Romney in Cleveland and then visiting Richmond, Va.
Mitt Romney has cast his ballot in the U.S. presidential election in Belmont Massachusetts. The Republican challenger still has campaign rallies Tuesday in the crucial battleground state of Ohio and neighboring Pennsylvania.
Voters in one New Jersey shore community cast ballots in a mobile polling station dubbed the “vote-a-bago”, just one week after Superstorm Sandy devastated the towns and cities along the state’s coastline.