Voters in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., will decide Tuesday whether Democrat Hillary Clinton or Republican Donald Trump will become the next president of the United States. (Have photos to share? Send them to email@example.com!)
"My Election Day attire I voted because my ancestors could not. I voted because the founders of my sorority represented on my shirt and hat could not. I voted because I CAN!!!" (Have photos to share? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org!)
"My 15th vote for president This picture shows my feelings after voting this year. It is the first time in 15 votes over 69 years that I felt no matter who I voted for, the nation (and the world) will be worse off as a result. Pray for us."
Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine cast his vote at his polling site in his hometown of Richmond, Virginia.
Kaine thought he'd be the first in line, but a 99-year-old voter beat him to it.
A line formed outside of Luther Jackson Middle School in Falls Church, Virginia, before dawn on Election Day.
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"Smart Cat Sunny hoping to be a happy tabby when election results are in."
"Smart cat Lady Willow ready for that glass ceiling to shatter and the glass jar of treats."
"I voted. My grandmother marched so that I would have the right to vote. And today, on my 55th birthday, I know I made her proud."
The Neals family of Germantown Maryland voted early this morning at Germantown Elementary School. Voter turnout this morning was steady with lines inside the school.
The Blackstock family of Germantown Maryland was all smiles after voting at Germantown Elementary School early Tuesday morning. Voter turnout in Germantown was steady this morning with lines inside the school.
The entrance of St. Paul’s Parish is serving as a voter station in northwest DC.
Alan R Gerber
"Voters in line at Fairview Elementary in Burke, VA at 6:05 am." (Have photos to share? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org!)
Voters at Hardy Recreation Center, in the Palisades neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
Lauryn Ricketts, @laurynricketts
News4's Lauryn Ricketts snapped this pic at an Alexandria, Virginia, polling place at 2 p.m. "Empty right now," she tweeted.