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Voters Head to Polls Across U.S.
Americans are casting their ballots to choose the 45th President of the United States.
Americans began voting Tuesday on whether to send Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump to the White House. The kickoff marks the end to a campaign like no other -- exhausting, often bitter -- as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump presented radically different visions of how to lead the world's greatest power.
Above: Voters wait in line in front of a polling station to cast their ballots in the US presidential election in Scottsdale, Arizona.
California: With her newborn son George by her side, Lara Ibrahim fills out her election ballot from her hospital bed at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016. Dozens of patients at the hospital were able to vote from their beds thanks to a volunteer program. Ibrahim had planned to vote at her usual polling place but ended up giving birth earlier than expected.
Colorado: MJ McCoy puts her completed voter ballot into a drop box at a recreation center before dawn in Boulder. McCoy, who voted for Clinton, says: "It meant a lot to me to see that women finally have a chance to have the highest office in the country. I think it's really awesome, and it's been overshadowed by all the negativity in the campaign."
Clay Smith is the first voter to cast the ballot in the U.S. presidential election in the small village of Dixville Notch shortly after midnight on Nov. 8.