Virginia voters wait in long lines to cast ballots

November 8, 2016 16:51


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Hundreds of people waited in long lines as the polls opened on Tuesday in Arlington, Virginia, with voters eager to cast their ballot in the presidential election.

Americans will be voting to choose Clinton or Republican Donald Trump for president, and to fill 34 of the 100 Senate seats and all 435 House seats. Both the House and Senate are now controlled by the Republicans.

Polls have shown that Virginia, considered a is a key state rich in electoral votes is leaning toward democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Tim Kaine, Clinton's vice-presidential running-mate is currently the Senator of Virginia.

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