One of the great ways to keep track of what's happening around the country on this incredibly historic day is Twitter. Around the country, when people are voting-- when they are encountering long lines or no lines, problems at the poll or just remarkable efficiency, epiphanies or mundanities about their candidate(s) of choice-- they are communicating those facts to the masses in real time.
I've been working on a site called Fresh Squeezed Election Tweets, commissioned by Tropicana. We just rolled it out this morning as the polls opened in the Eastern Time Zone.
So, whatever your election experience today, if you use Twitter you'll be sharing that experience with thousands of friends and strangers-- and if you use election keywords you may even see your message on Fresh Election Tweets.