Voting has begun for the long-awaited US Presidential Elections 2016, starting from the state of New Hampshire.
Famously called as having 51 small elections (1 for each state + Washington) instead of one big election, the voting process is an extensive one as each state submits they votes.
Timings for voting vary depending on state, although a large number of votes come in around 6 pm local time. Alaska will have the last voting as it ends the voting day by midnight.
Results will be available from November 9 as the tally for each state is calibrated. The candidate, Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, who secures 270 seats from Tuesday’s polls will be considered as having the majority and will likely be finalised as President when the Electoral College votes in December.