After nearly two years of the most vicious campaign in modern American history, voters will finally cast their ballots in the U-S election.
The final day of campaigning was a busy one for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, with each pleading with voters to visit the polls to make them victorious.
Trump will vote in Manhattan on Tuesday morning, while Clinton casts her ballot near her home in Chappaqua, New York.
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The first wave of polls close at 7 p.m. ET, including Georgia and Virginia, with results from the key states of North Carolina and Ohio rolling in after 7:30 p.m.
A winner isn’t expected to emerge until after 11 p.m. ET. That’s when California and four others come in.
If Clinton can claim victory in either Florida or Pennsylvania, it will be nearly impossible for Trump to win the presidency based on electoral votes. Those results should start to come in at around 8p.m.
Clinton has a slight lead in most polls, but it’s far from a done deal. Her lead was much larger prior to FBI Director James Comey claiming the FBI had found emails in a separate investigation that could be connected to the now-closed probe of whether Clinton mishandled classified information.
Comey has since told lawmakers the agency hasn’t changed its opinion that Clinton should not face criminal charges following a review of the new emails.
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