They can't vote, but many children have strong opinions about the presidential candidates and the issues. On Election Day, they discussed who they would vote for – and why.
Leon Vega, Jr., 42 and homeless, voted for the first time on Election Day. …
Some New York lawyers gave up their billable hours on Election Day to volunteer at a national election hotline. The Election Protections hotline, administered by the National Campaign for Fair Elections, was set up to handle voter questions ranging from voter fraud issues to to poll locations.