Dan Hardy and Martha Woodall report:
Voters were still waiting in line at 9 p.m. at 12th and Susquehanna in Philadelphia and near Lincoln University in...
Kristen Graham reports:
Speaking to reporters at an early evening news conference, Gov. Rendell predicted a historic turnout in Pennsylvania...
Joelle Farrell reports:
Lansdowne is a Democratic stronghold in Delaware County, but today it was bluer than usual.
Of 800 voters in the first precinct...
Mari A. Schaefer reports:
Life-long friends Chris Le Vine and Chris Leto, both 20, voted in their first presidential election today at...
Joelle Farrell reports:
By shortly after 4 p.m., Yeadon’s second precinct was reporting 401 voters out of a total of 550.
Nancy Petersen reports:
Mary Fisher, 64 of Coventryville figured she would vote during her lunch hour but unfortunately her last name began with “F...
By 4 p.m. the Radnor Library precinct in Wayne had 995 voters come though the door - about the same as in the last presidential election. While there were lines this morning, now people came in and were done in five minutes.
Art Carey reports:
In Coatesville, a "Democracy Train" -- a red trolley adorned with red, white and blue balloons -- was cruising...
George Anastasia reports:
At the Clayton Municipal Building in Gloucester County, Jeff Vanaman, 62, a retired schoolteacher who runs a glassblowing...
Jeff Gammage reports:
GOP worker Fred Kelly was helping voters find their way to the polls in Conshohocken, but his mind was two states away...
Republicans checking in voters outside polling places have Delco Democrats crying 'foul.'
The Republicans who voted at St. Dorothy's had a quick sense of humor.
Young voter did her homework.
Line short, voting uneventful in Chester County's Willistown Township.
Voters arriving at Glenside Elementary School today were given an opportunity to be videotaped for an "election confessional" feature that will be posted later today on Newsweek.com
First-time presidential voter Shira Cooks, 21, said she wasn’t impressed by the GOP candidate. Or the Democratic candidate.
For some voters, today's election is an opportunity to teach a civics lesson. Children accompanied their parents and grandparents into the voting booths and sometimes pressed buttons to cast ballots.
Emilie Lounsberry reports
At the polling place tucked inside the St. Mary Family Resource Center in Bensalem, a steady stream of voters...