In the wake of another presidential election featuring disputed allegations of voter fraud, a bipartisan group of former lawmakers and elections experts is banding together to call for streamlining America's outmoded registration system.
Right after the elections hundreds of messages are being written on makeshift walls near the Lincoln Memorial wishing Obama good luck.
Some voters still harbor doubts and reservations about Obama -- and aren't afraid to say so.
A McCain supporter tires of the ribbing from her Obama-backing co-workers.
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin voted this morning at the town hall where she once served as mayor, but declined to say if she was voting for Sen. Ted Stevens.
There is a heady air of anticipation in Harlem as voters head to the polls.