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From a pool hall to a barber school, Americans vote in some unexpected places

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A voter casts her ballot at Marie's Golden Cue pool hall during the U.S. presidential election in Chicago, on Nov. 6.

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Charles Durham votes at the Gordies Foundation Barber School during the U.S. presidential election at Sam's Auto Sales in Chicago, on Nov. 6.

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Josephine Troesch picks up her ballot at Su Nueva Laundromat during the U.S. presidential election in Chicago, Nov. 6.

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Poll workers attempt to start a generator to power a polling site built to service residents of the Queens borough neighborhoods of Breezy Point and the Rockaways on Nov. 6 in New York. The original voting site was damaged during Hurricane Sandy.

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Sharon Applegate, left, looks on as Josh Caruso signs a book before voting at the Bay Head Fire Company in Bay Head, N.J., on Nov. 6.

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John Dotterweich, a site inspector for the Ocean County Board of Elections removes the "Vote Here" sign from the "Mobile Voting Precinct" after about fifteen voters cast their ballots in Little Egg Harbor, N.J. on Nov. 6. The voting bus allowed those affected by Hurricane Sandy to cast their vote at the American Red Cross shelter in the Pinelands Regional Junior High School.

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Voters fill out their ballots in a vehicle storage bay at Armory Garage, a Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge and Ram auto dealership, on Nov. 6 in Albany, N.Y.

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Dave Reyes II waits to be the first voter in his precinct outside of the polling station set up in the garage of the Gallegos residence in Stockton, Calif., on Nov. 6.

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Barbra Hunter, of Chicago casts her vote at the Urbanimal Pet Store polling place in Chicago on Nov. 6.

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