It’s official — Hillary Clinton hit the polls in the early, early morning of Nov. 8 to cast her vote in the 2016 presidential election. Now, of course, the waiting game begins!
Hillary Clinton, 69, was all smiles as she arrived to her voting station in Chappaqua, New York just after 8:00 a.m. EST on Nov. 8. The Democratic presidential candidate proudly greeted dozens of supporters as she made her way to the booth to officially cast her vote.
— CNN (@CNN) November 8, 2016
Bill Clinton was proudly by his wife’s side as she shuffled through the crowd, shaking hands and quickly chatting with those nearby. The polls in New York actually opened at 6:00 a.m., but with a very long day ahead of her, it’s not surprising that Hillary wasn’t there right at the crack of dawn!
The Democratic nominee rocked a beige pantsuit for the occasion, changing things up a bit from her usual red, white or blue looks. She had a huge smile plastered on her face as she waved to the crowd, and even after she cast her ballot, she spent time extra with her loyal supporters outside the voting venue.
The night before, Hillary held her final rally in Philadelphia, urging voters one last time to choose her over Donald Trump, 70, in arguably the biggest election our country’s ever had. “Let’s show tomorrow there will be no question about the outcome of this election!” she raved, begging Americans to get out to the polls and vote. “But I also want you to know I well be a president for all Americans. Democrats, Republicans, Independents. Not just the people who support me in this election. Everyone.” Amen! Bruce Springsteen, Michelle Obama and more joined Hillary the rally.
HollywoodLifers, who do you think will win the 2016 election? Who are you voting for?