PHOTO GALLERY: Election Day in Boone County
Tuesday, November 4, 2008 | 9:36 p.m. CST;
updated 10:37 a.m. CST, Wednesday, November 5, 2008
David Rice, Kevin Rice, Diane Rice and Antwane Maborn wait in line to vote at Fairview Church of Christ on Tuesday.
Hannah Pingelton, 17, does some last-minute Obama campaigning at College and Broadway on Tuesday. Students from Hickman High School, Rock Bridge High School, Stephens College and Columbia College held a banner off the intersection's bridge that read, "Don't take a bridge to nowhere; vote Obama."
Canvassers Katie Barnes, left, Darryl Douglas and Yun Zhang go through lists of registered voters on Election Day 2008 to remind people to vote.
Obama supporter Darryl Douglas canvasses the home of Kelly Henke while her son, Benjamin, 6, and daughter, Sara, 4, look on. Douglas asked registered Democrats in the Fair View neighborhood if they remembered to vote before the polls closed on Tuesday.
Darryl Douglas asks Joe Marshall if he voted while canvassing homes of registered Democratic voters in the Fair View neighborhood of Columbia on Nov. 4, 2008.
Stephen Webber works in a Columbia neighborhood on Election Day, Nov. 4.
Stephen Webber, a Democrat who is running unopposed to represent the 23rd District in the Missouri House of Representatives, canvasses in a Columbia neighborhood for other Democratic candidates on Nov. 4, 2008. Already assured of victory, Webber has enjoyed a less stressful campaign. "I've started thinking more about legislation and policy while others are still in campaign mode," he says.
Ashland resident Debbie Efting shakes hands with Missouri House of Representatives candidate Chris Kelly outside of the Ashland Senior Center on Tuesday afternoon. "I've been itching to come vote," Efting said after a hectic day of work at Starbucks, which offered voters free coffee.
Missouri House of Representatives candidate Chris Kelly walks out to meet and shake hands with Ashland resident Jan Ward outside of the Ashland Senior Center in Ashland on Tuesday afternoon. Kelly arrived at the Ashland polling place at 6 a.m. and said he planned on staying until polls closed to show his gratitude to Ashland's supportive voting community.
Chris Kelly greets Ashland resident Rick McKee on Tuesday afternoon at the Ashland Senior Center. "You got my vote because you were standing out here," McKee told Kelly.
Adrienne Roncher, left, gets into Jane Whitesides's car after voting at the Missouri Conference Center on Nov. 4, 2008. Whitesides, driving, along with NAACP members Gwyn McKinney and Lily Tinker Fortel, provided rides to the polls for Columbia voters.
Sam Engemann, left, and Brad Thebeau receive instructions on how to fill out the election ballot at the Memorial Union on Tuesday. Students are expected to vote in record numbers with the chance to elect the first black president or the first female vice president in U.S. history.
Beth Boyer, Kevin Rice and Diane Rice vote at Fairview Church of Christ off Fairview Road. The church received more than 600 voters as of 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
Students wait in line at Memorial Union to cast their votes on Election Day. Record numbers of students are expected to vote in response to heavy campaigning targeted at students.
Bill Boston, left, explains the electronic voting machine to Laurie Shurleff at Columbia Public Library on Tuesday.
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