By The Associated Press
"Now voting, Joe Biden," announced the polling place worker manning a booth in Greenville, Del., the vice president's home state. Biden went into the booth and - presumably - voted for himself and President Barack Obama.
Like the other early-morning voters, Biden waited his turn in line, along with his wife, Jill.
Later, reporters asked whether he had any prediction for the outcome. "Oh, I'm feeling pretty good," Biden said.
Any final thoughts? "I hope everybody exercises their right to vote. It's a great honor. And people who are standing in line in a lot of places, I encourage you to stand in line as long as you have to."
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