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Throughout the day I have been searching the Internet for photographs of the election. I've been picky, looking for examples of what I consider to be great photography and quality work. This is the my second Photo Diary, here is number 1.

So, open this diary in a separate tab and check back from time to time, I'll be updating it regularly, lets all enjoy the night through the lenses of photographers across the country.

Craig Deininger in Freeport, Ill. paints on the downtown shop's window, encouraging people to get out and vote on Election Day.
Joe Tamborello - AP

Los Angeles — Voters cast their ballots at the Los Angeles Wedding Chapel in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times
@sophers_/Instagram

Los Angeles — Maurice Prince, 96, adjusts her wheelchair before entering the third polling station of the day. Prince has worked at polling stations every election for the last 50 years. This year she signed up to volunteer, but was turned away at each site she visited.
Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times

Long Beach — While voters mark their ballots, Janet Allen folds her clean clothes at Super Suds laundry in Long Beach. Allen said she mailed in her ballot a couple of weeks ago and was surprised to see dozens of people lined up to get their voting material.
Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times

Voters cast their ballots as swimmers take laps at the Echo Park Pool in Los Angeles.
Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times

Lakewood — Voters mark their ballots as pinatas watch over them at Alin Party Supply in Lakewood.
Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times

South Pasadena — Voter Jim Fennessy casts his ballot at a polling site at a private home.
Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times

Voters line up outside a polling place at the Cetacean Society building on Point Fermin in L.A.'s San Pedro neighborhood.
Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles Times

Voters are reflected in the window of a Manhattan Beach polling location.
Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times

Pembroke Pines, Fla. — Kezia Gipson, 3, waits with her grandparents in a line of voters at the International Longshoreman's Assn. office.
Joe Rimkus Jr. / Miami Herald

Oxford, Miss. — Poll workers Matt Moore, left, and Keith Cain run to make sure voting machines don't fall as Prabhakar Mantena trips over a cord after voting at the Oxford Conference Center.
Bruce Newman / OXFORD EAGLE

Oakland — California Gov. Jerry Brown goes to turn in his completed ballot at a fire station.
Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times

Update 7:53pm PST

Some supporters in Chicago reacted to the announcement that President Obama had won Michigan.
Ozier Muhammad/The New York Times

Update 8:11pm PST

People watched as results came in at President Obama’s election night event in Chicago.
Damon Winter/The New York Times

Update 8:20pm PST
Damon Winter/The New York Times



Update 8:48pm PST

Democrat Elizabeth Warren waves to the crowd in Boston as Edward M. Kennedy, Jr., left, son of the late U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy applauds during a campaign stop in the Senate race on Monday.

AP Photo/Steven Senne / November 5, 2012

Update 8:54pm PST
Heh

People responded to election results at Mitt Romney’s election night event in Boston.
Matthew Cavanaugh/Getty Images

Update 9:07pm PST

Chicago — A supporter of U.S. President Barack Obama attends the Obama Election Night watch party at McCormick Place.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Spencer Platt / Getty Images

Chicago — Supporters of President Barack Obama cheer after networks project Obama as reelected during the Obama Election Night watch party at McCormick Place.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images



And by all means, if you find a great shot out there that I've missed please share it in the comments.

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