President Bush leaves the polling station after casting his ballot at the Crawford Fire Department near his ranch in Crawford, Texas.
Poll worker Ray Reyes praises the voting process during the Florida general elections at precinct 543 at the Orange Bowl in Miami.
Voters cast their ballots on the new touch screen voting machines at the Beverly Shores precinct, in Brunswick, Ga. The precinct reported good turnout and minimal problems with the new machines.
Jim Alexander, of Ames, Iowa clears away the slush in front of the Ames Public Library.
Ralph Hanshaw (facing the camera) talks cattle after voting in Soldier, Ky. The cold temperatures and rain didn't bother Hanshaw, who said he was eager to return to his farm and check his newborn calves.
Voters make their way in and out of voting booths at Kennebunk Town Hall, in Kennebunk, Maine.
Dressed as a pregnant chad, Kevin Kiger of Washington (center) protests at the Friendship Heights Center in Chevy Chase, Md. At right, John Capozzi, also of Washington, waves a Taxation Without Representation D.C. flag. The demonstrators were protesting the District of Columbia's lack of voting members in Congress.
Election judges organize their polling place by flashlight at the Maries County Courthouse in Vienna, Mo. The precinct was supposed to open at 6 a.m. but about 20 voters were turned away before arrangements could be made to cope with the power loss. Power was restored shortly after 7 a.m.
Broward County workers Richard Brossard (right) and Lee Billingsley oversee one of the 10 regions of roughly 80 voting precincts from the "war room" of the Broward Emergency Operations Center in Plantation, Fla. Voting precincts are being closely watched for any potential problems.
Elizabeth Dole, right, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in North Carolina, arrives with friends George and Margaret Kluttz to cast her vote at the Rowan County Public Library in Salisbury, N.C.. Dole is running against Democrat Erskine Bowles. Margaret Kluttz, a former mayor of Salisbury, is Dole's campaign chairperson.
Former President Clinton escorts his wife, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, to her car to say goodbye after the couple voted at a local school in Chappaqua, N,Y., near where they now live. Senator Clinton went directly home while the former President was driven to the airport for a flight to Washington D.C.
Larry Fortenberry (left) and Keyera Ducksworth (right) vote at makeshift polling booths at Kilgour Elementary School in Cincinnati as part of a national program to introduce students to the voting process.
Election worker Betty Cessna collects ballots from drivers outside Multnomah County Election Headquarters in Portland, Ore. Oregon elections are vote-by-mail, but last minute voters can drop off their ballots up to the final second on Election Day.
Maria De Jesus T. Villarreal, 95, makes her way to the gymnasium at United Middle School in Laredo, Texas, to cast her vote in the general elections.