Here’s what voting looks like across the nation today

Voters wait to cast their ballots at Rodef Shalom Synagogue on Nov. 3 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Voters wait to cast their ballots at Rodef Shalom Synagogue on Nov. 3 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (2020 Getty Images)

On Election Day, people across the nation will get in their final votes for the next president of the United States.

Many are anticipating results could come days or even weeks following the election.

Regardless, people showed up in record numbers for early voting, and there’s much anticipation the same could happen on Election Day.

Here’s what voting across the nation looks like today -- one of the most historic election days in recent history.

Note: We will update this article with photos throughout Election Day.

Election inspector David Hopkinson works at the Emanuel First Lutheran School polling center on Nov. 3 in Lansing, Michigan. (2020 Getty Images)
A voter marks his ballot at a polling place in Dennis Wilkening's shed on Nov. 3 in Richland, Iowa. (2020 Getty Images)
Would-be voters learn they are not registered at their precinct at the O.P. Owens Building on Nov. 3 in Lumberton, North Carolina. (2020 Getty Images)

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