US Election: Clinton Or Trump, Who Will America Pick?
Updated: November 08, 2016 18:17 IST
America is now voting for its next President. As spelled out in the US Constitution, the US election is held once every four years and takes place on the Tuesday following the first Monday in November. It is the final lap in the race between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump to be America's 45th President.
Eric Trump, Donald's second son, gives us a peek inside Trump tower.
People cheer elections returns during election night at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York - Hillary Clinton's HQ for the night.
Hillary Clinton to spend election night at Javits Center in Manhattan.
Hillary Clinton's stage getting prepped up in New York. At least 2,000 people are already waiting inside the New York City convention center where Hillary Clinton is scheduled to hold her election night party.
Donald Trump all set to host his Election Night ‘Victory Party' at New York Hilton Midtown.
Trump's victory cake, headed to Trump Tower in New York.
Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump get ready for Results.
That's the little follower there! Kai, daughter of Donald Trump Jr. supports her grandfather.
‘Such a surreal moment to vote for my father for President of the United States,' says Ivanka Trump after casting her vote for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at a polling station in New York to cast his ballot.
Melania Trump and her husband Donald Trump fill out their ballots at a polling station.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump gives the thumbs-up after he and his wife Melania submitted their ballots at a polling station in a school.
Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner at a polling station in a school.
Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton alongwith her husband Former President Bill Clinton, greet supporters after casting her vote.
Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton cast her ballot at an elementary school in her hometown of Chappaqua, New York.
And that's Hillary Clinton, casting her vote.
"I wanted to be first at my polling place but 99-year-old Minerva Turpin beat me to it. Looks like I need to get used to being number two," tweeted Democratic candidate for Vice-President, Senator Tim Kaine.
"Today is the day. Go out and vote us," said singer Taylor Swift in an Instagram post.
A couple shows off their "I Voted" sticker as they leave Wasatch Elementary school after casting their ballot in the presidential election.
Voters in nine states get the first chance to cast their vote, with the rest of the country due to start voting later in the day. The states being Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Vermont and Virginia.
Hundreds of people crowd a side walk on a main street in downtown Washington, DC, waiting to enter a polling station to vote.
Look who just turned up to vote at the Brooklyn Museum polling station! Trump vs Clinton - who are you voting for?
People line up outside the Brooklyn Museum polling station to vote in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.
People stand in line outside a polling station located at Trump Place in New York.