From Boston to San Francisco, the voters speak
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Denis Sheets votes at the Wakeman Township fire station near Wakeman, Ohio Tuesday, Nov. 8. Ohioans are deciding the winner of this year's drawn-out fight over a law limiting collective bargaining for 350,000 unionized public workers. The issue tops the Election Day list of ballot questions before the state's voters.
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Paul Deweese, from left, and his wife Mary Helen Deweese wait in line to vote Tuesday, Nov. 8, as election judge Susan Minors holds the door for Minerva Wood as she carries out the American flag at a precinct in Bowling Green, Ky.
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San Francisco mayor Ed Lee waves to supporters after a campaign stop in Chinatown on November 8 in San Francisco, California. Candidates for San Francisco mayor are making one last push to encourage people to vote as San Franciscans head to the polls to vote for a new mayor, district attorney and sheriff.
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Voters leave the polling station at the L Street Bath House in Boston, Massachusetts November 8.