US Presidential Elections 2016: Voting Underway In Many States

The voting process in many US states has already begun and the first in-person votes for the US presidential elections were cast in New Hampshire. Voters in towns were the first across the country to cast their ballots on Election Day. Under the state laws of New Hampshire, communities with fewer than 100 voters can get permission to open their polls at midnight and close them as soon as all registered voters have cast their ballots. The results are expected to filter in sometime around 7 pm ET Tuesday which is 5:30 am India Time on Wednesday. The fight for the White House is chiefly between Hillary Clinton of the Democrats and Donald Trump of the Republican Party. Roughly 120 million Americans will vote to choose their 45th President of the United States.