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  • in Oklahoma City.

  • Many voted in a power outage guided by lanterns and flashlights.

  • In Raleigh, College, kids stroll to the polls as part of a marching band.

  • And in Houston, some sidled up to vote on horseback, a real Texas style arrival by any means necessary.

  • Go vote.

  • It may be one of the most polarizing US presidential elections ever.

  • But however they did it, Americans by the millions voted.

  • And they appear to have done so peacefully.

  • Even where there were long lines, which were few.

  • Perhaps thanks to an unprecedented wave of early voting, Americans waited patiently, social distancing and with many wearing masks.

  • President Trump stopped by to thank campaign workers in Arlington, Virginia, where he was asked by a reporter whether he had written both an acceptance speech and a concession speech.

  • No, I'm not thinking about concession speech or acceptance speech yet hopefully will be only doing one of those two and you know, uhh!

  • Winning is easy.

  • Losing is never easy.

  • Not for me, it's not.

  • Meanwhile, Trump's rival, Democratic nominee and former vice president Joe Biden, visited his boyhood home in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where the current residents asked him to sign his name on the living room wall E thinking about President E.

  • Think about my mom.

  • Although voting appeared to be going smoothly, the American Civil Liberties Union and other civil rights groups said they were watching closely for signs of voter intimidation, and the U.

  • S.

  • Justice Department's civil rights division said it would deploy staff to 18 states.

  • Election officials also raised worries about a spate of automated phone calls and text messages warning voters to stay away from the polls for bogus reasons.

  • In Iowa, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Nebraska and Florida, the FBI was looking into the messages.

  • Even once votes are cast, some Americans worry about a protracted ballot count in pivotal battleground states, perhaps making the country wait for days or even weeks before a clear winner emerges.

in Oklahoma City.

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