1. Voting location exterior at Noor Islamic Cultural Center
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Gary Smith, Republican Voter:
"Well I ended up voting for a lot of Republicans because I think they've got the best plan and the economy is going extremely well right now and it's due I think to Republican leadership."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Gary Smith, Republican Voter:
"Most of the candidates I favor are lining up behind Trump and it's not because he's the world's greatest human being it's because he's effective. He's getting things done. He's doing what he said he was going to do which is very unusual."
4. People voting
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Irma Padamsee, Democrat:
"I think President Trump has done terribly. I believe that we should have as a country we do need to have different perspectives that we can evaluate, and talk about, and argue about. But I don't believe that the leader of the country should be leading us down a path that alienates us internationally, that undermines some of the values that we hold dear like people being equal, women's right to control their own body, and so I feel like because of that I don't feel he's leading as a proper president."
Outside a polling site Ohio, a state President Trump won in 2016, Republican and Democrat voters talked about why they voted for their party in the midterm elections Tuesday.
The energy and outrage of the Democratic resistance faced off against the brute strength of President Donald Trump's GOP on Tuesday as voters across America decided whether Democrats should control at least one chamber of Congress for the first time in the Trump era.
Fundraising, polls and history were not on the president's side. But two years after an election that proved polls and prognosticators wrong, an air of uncertainty — and stormy weather across parts of the country — clouded the outcome of high-stakes elections from Florida to Alaska and everywhere in between.