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It's beginning to look a lot like the holidays, everywhere you go. Our reporters offer seasonal dispatches from Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx.
More than 100 people patiently waited for two hours as they lined up on a Bronx street to get a free frozen turkey.
The Bronx neighborhood went with Hillary Clinton as more than 93 percent of voters cast ballots for the former first lady.
The party of Jill Stein is slowly growing in the Bronx.
GOP fans in the heavily Democratic borough called their party's standard bearer a strong leader.
Clinton supporter Satinath Choudhary, who isn't a citizen, took pictures at the Manhattan College polling site and sent them to friends still undecided on Election Day.
Bronx residents voting for Hillary Clinton said they experienced similar feelings when casting ballots for Barack Obama in 2008.