If You Voted Election Day, Tell Us What You Saw

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Anna Sale, reporter, WNYC
Ron Elving, senior Washington editor, NPR
Tamara Keith, congressional reporter, NPR
Greg Allen, correspondent, NPR

The most expensive election in U.S. history could be decided by one a tight margin. As results begin to roll in, all eyes are on Ohio, Florida and other swing states that are still too close to call. And both campaigns have lawyers at the ready in case of recounts or problems at polling places.

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