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Election Day, Nov. 6, 2012

Ashley Rousseau and her son, Sam, 18-months, turn in their ballot as Assistant Moderator Bill Klein watches at Bedford High School on Tuesday morning.  (David Lane/Union Leader)
Voters wait in line before casting their ballots at Bedford High School on Tuesday morning. (David Lane/Union Leader)
Voters fill out ballots at Bedford High School on Tuesday morning. (David Lane/Union Leader)
Traffic was heavy approaching the Bedford polls in the parking lot of Bedford High School on Tuesday morning. (David Lane/Union Leader)
Congressman Frank Guinta and his wife Morgan arrive at Ward 1 in Manchester to cast their ballots."I think we're going to win this," Guinta said. (Union Leader Staff)
Gov. John Lynch stopped at the Webster School to greet Manchester Ward 1 voters who came out in droves to cast their ballots in the Presidential Election. In the first hour that the polls were open, 400 people had cast their ballots, acocrding to Dianne Beaton, ward moderator. AT 7:50 a.m., 715 people had made it through the long lines and to the ballot box. (Union Leader Staff)
Ward 1 voters were packed in Tuesday morning as they waited to cast their votes at the Webster School. The number of people, lengthy ballot and only one machine to cast a ballot combined to slow things down, according to Ward Moderator Dianne Beaton. (Union Leader Staff)
Former state Rep. Andy Peterson holds up a sign for Congressman Charlie Bass next to state Rep. Bruce Marcus outside of the Peterborough Town House Tuesday morning. (Meghan Pierce/Union Leader Correspondent)
Paul Wesson and Elchin Musayev of OSCE (Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights) wait in the entryway while Hart's Location residents vote around midnight Tuesday morning.  (SARA YOUNG-KNOX/Union Leader Correspondent)
State senate candidate Victoria Czaia holds up a sign outside Pelham High School Tuesday morning.  (April Guilmet/Union Leader Correspondent)
Voters wind around the Peterborough Town House stairs during the election Tuesday morning.  (Meghan Pierce/Union Leader Correspondent)
Volunteers holding signs greet voters at Goffstown High School Tuesday.  (Kathy Remillard/Union Leader Correspondent)
Candidate Lori Sanborn campaigns in a sea of signs at Bedford High School Tuesday. (Kathy Remillard/Union Leader Correspondent)
Candidate Richard Meaney greets voters with daughter, Kathryn, at Bartlett Elementary School in Goffstown on Tuesday morning.
 (Kathy Remillard/Union Leader Correspondent)
David Presby shows his ID to vote in Sugar Hill.  (Mickey de Rham Photo)
Congressman Charlie Bass greets supporters on Tuesday outside of Bicentennial Elementary School in Nashua.  (Kimberly Houghton/Union Leader Correspondent)
A poll worker at Ward 5 in Nashua directs voters where to line up at Main Dunstable Elementary School. (Kimberly Houghton/Union Leader Correspondent)
Curt Mackail of Exeter took his Yorkshire terrier, Ralph, into the voting booth when he voted at the polls in Exeter Tuesday morning. (Jason Schreiber/Union Leader Correspondent)
Republican state representative Susan Emerson campaigns outside the polls at Rindge Memorial School Tuesday morning with her Great Dane, Miss Gerda.  (Meghan Pierce/Union Leader Correspondent)
Windham resident Joe Ross cast his ballot with the help of his three sons: Colin, 9; Aiden, 11; and Seamus, 7.  (April Guilmet/Union Leader Correspondent)
Voters line up to check in before casting their ballots at the Exeter polls.  (Jason Schreiber/Union Leader Correspondent)
Sixteen-year-old friends Lyndsey England and Emily Raymond held up signs supporting their friend's father, Republican state representative candidate David Lundgren, outside Londonderry High School Tuesday afternoon.  (April Guilmet/Union Leader Correspondent)
Though not all passing by this jolly man at the entrance of Kennett High School agreed with his political wishes, few could resist smiling back at him.  (Sara Young-Knox/Union Leader Correspondent)