Clinton holds a narrow lead in the polls nationally, and pundits generally agree that Trump must win more of the swing states. The first candidate to capture 270 Electoral College votes wins. (NBC News)
As they do every four years, polls opened at midnight in three small New Hampshire towns. Clinton won two of the three contests, but Trump got more votes 32 to 25 overall. (NBC News)
In the key state of Florida, more than 6 million people have already made their choice in early voting, exceeding the total number of votes cast in the 2000 race between George W. Bush and Al Gore. (CNBC)
Democrats stand on the brink of narrowly recapturing the Senate majority they lost two years ago. Meanwhile, Republicans look to limit losses in the House, which is expected to remain in GOP control. (WSJ)
Election Day brings a watershed moment for marijuana, as nine states vote on relaxing laws governing medical or recreational marijuana use. Meanwhile four states consider ballot initiatives to raise the minimum wage. (USA Today)
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