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Election Day - Home and Abroad

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Citizens vote in a polling place at Perrin Woods Elementary School in Springfield, Ohio. (Marshall Gorby / AP)
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Jean and Hap Arnold stand under a patriotic umbrella as they wait to vote at Port Charlotte Middle School in Port Charlotte, Fla. (Scott Martin / AP)
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A woman and two children show up to their polling location in Fox Chapel, Pennsylvania. Voter turnout in the swing state is expected to be a very high. (Jeff Swensen / Getty Images)
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On Tuesday, November 2, 2004, a voter in a Queens, New York City, chooses John Kerry as president on his ballot. (Julia Gaines / Newsday)
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Unidentified Broward County election workers sort provisional ballots at the county election equipment center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., late Tuesday. (J. Pat Carter / AP)
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Jim Nodorft, right, town clerk of Smelser Township in Grant County, Wis., pulls ballots from a ballot box while helping tally election results at the Georgetown Town Hall. (Dave Kettering / AP)
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Supporters of the Kerry/Edwards and Bush/Cheney campaigns demonstrate in front of the Supervisor of Elections Office in downtown Jacksonville, Fla. (Bob Mack / AP / The Florida Times Union)
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Passersby wait for results outside CNN election headquarters in New York’s Times Square during the U.S. presidential election. (Mandel Ngan / AFP)
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President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush are joined by daughter Barbara, former U.S. president George H. Bush and his wife former first lady Barbara watching election return in the White House residence in Washington, DC. With early election returns pouring in, Bush told reporters he was “very upbeat” and predicted that he would defeat Democratic White House hopeful John Kerry. Asked during a very rare public appearance in the presidential mansion whether there would be an outright winner by the end of the night, Bush replied: “I believe I will win.” (Stephen Jaffe / AFP)
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Expatriate U.S. citizens and various interested parties joined guests at a U.S. Consulate election function in Sydney to watch a large tv screen for the latest results from the the U.S. elections. (Mark Baker / AP)
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A Filipino Muslim woman writes in her candidate during a mock U.S. election being held at the U.S. Embassy in Manila on Wednesday Nov. 3, 2004. The embassy has set up an election center to monitor results for the most important electoral process in the world today. (Bullit Marquez / AP)
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Niphaporn Yamthongkam of Bangkok cast her vote for U.S. President in a straw poll Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2004, while watching election returns during a U.S. Embassy watch party in downtown Bangkok, Thailand. (David Longstreath / AP)
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