So many emotions in so long a campaign season. Now that we've finally reached the main event of this presidential race, how is America feeling?
Well, we've been asking that very question. We've dispatched reporters and photographers across the country, collecting voters' thoughts as they vote. And the emotions run the gamut, from hope and elation on one end of the spectrum to dread and disgust on the other, across parties and everywhere in between.
For Rachel Drew of Bothell, Wash., the election has triggered the five stages of grief, from the initial denial and isolation all the way through acceptance.