She was caught electioneering in a polling place.
Because his ideas on electoral reform are TERRIBLE.
The new ballot systems in the city are proving to be problematic.
Two candidates in Michigan are separated by just one vote out of more than 54,000.
She voted for him because of soul singer Al Green.
That's kind of the message from a new Obama video.
A turnout record was set on Tuesday, in a bad way.
We talked to some polling experts to see what they think.
What opinion-makers are saying about this thrilling and confusing turn of events.
More updates on crowded poll stations, malfunctioning machinery, and happy networking out on the streets today.
Bet you wish you lived in Park Slope, huh?
Our Super-Duper, Ultra-Simple Election-Watching Guide tells you just about everything you need to know going into the grand spectacle tonight, but this race has so transfixed Americans that we thought you might want to see what the other bloggers will be looking out for.
"I don't have to tell anybody who I voted for," says the woman who is on the Republican ticket.
At the Francis of Paola Church in Williamsburg, reading material includes the 'Times Magazine.'
Barackawear has nothing to do with Jay-Z's Rocawear label, and he's cool with that.
All day we'll be sending you updates on the scene at the city's polling places. Here's our first peek.