As polls open across the U.S. on Election Day, voters show up in droves to cast their ballot for the next president. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Election Day has finally arrived in the U.S. and voters are showing up early at the polls to cast their ballot for the next president. Long lines could be seen at polling places in Virginia, Ohio, and New York. Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump face the judgment of the voters on Tuesday as millions of Americans are expected to turn out on Election Day to pick the next U.S. president and end a bruising campaign that polls said favored Clinton. In a battle centered largely on the character of the candidates, Clinton, 69, a former secretary of state and first lady, and Trump, 70, a New York businessman, made their final, fervent appeals to supporters late on Monday to turn out the vote.