US Elections 2012

 

Polls have opened on the US east coast as one of the closest presidential elections in history goes down to the wire.Clearer picture is starting to emerge of the difficulties facing victims of Superstorm Sandy as they struggle to cast their ballots – starting with this image of poll workers in Staten Island. They are being forced to work by flashlight in a makeshift polling station – dark, unheated tent (it's one of the coldest days of the winter so far in New York today) – because the original site, a school, was damaged in the storm.

Millions of Americans are voting on whether to re-elect President Barack Obama or choose Mitt Romney, with polls suggesting the rivals are almost neck-and-neck

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