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    Gerry Goulet receives his "I Voted" sticker after filling in his ballot Tuesday at the former Longley Elementary School.

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    Lewiston residents vote Tuesday at the former Longley Elementary School.

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    Voters wait in line Tuesday to vote at the Senior Community Center in Auburn.

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    Ward Clerk Christine Sirois, left, hands "I Voted" stickers to Julie Vlahakos and her children, Atticus, center, and Wesley Tuesday after Vlahakos voted at the Senior Community Center in Auburn.

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    Republican Paul LePage gives a supporter a thumbs up Tuesday while greeting voters with Laurel Libby outside the Senior Community Center in Auburn. LePage, a former two-time governor, is challenging Democratic Gov. Janet Mills. Libby is a Republican candidate for House District 90.

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    Republican Paul LePage greets voters outside the Senior Community Center in Auburn. LePage, a former two-time governor, is challenging Democratic Gov. Janet Mills.

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    Republican Paul LePage, center, his wife, Ann LePage, right, and Laurel Libby talk with a supporter Tuesday outside the Senior Community Center in Auburn. LePage, a former two-time governor, is challenging Democratic Gov. Janet Mills. Libby is a Republican candidate for House District 90.

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    Samantha Williams, 18, votes for her first time Tuesday at the Senior Community Center in Auburn. She says abortion rights is the issue she is most concerned with.

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    House District 96 candidate Mike Lajoie helps Annette Braxton, center, and Annie Rembert figure out their voting ward Tuesday at the former Longley Elementary School in Lewiston.

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    By midday Tuesday, the stream of traffic heading to the polls in Rumford remained steady. Officials said there was a line when voting at the American Legion hall opened at 8 a.m., and the voting clerks have been without a break since then.

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    Mana Abdi, the first Somali American to be elected to the Maine Legislature, her brother, Ahmed Abdi, and mother, Nunai Mohamed, receive their ballots from election clerks Tuesday at the former Longley Elementary School in Lewiston. She is running unopposed.

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    Mana Abdi, the first Somali American to be elected to the Maine Legislature, and Kristen Cloutier talk Tuesday to Don and Pauline Marsh at the former Longley Elementary School in Lewiston. Abdi and the Marsh's had just finished voting at Longley. Cloutier is a candidate for Maine House District 94.

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    Mana Abdi, the first Somali American to be elected to the Maine Legislature, waves Tuesday to Don and Pauline Marsh after talking to the couple at the former Longley Elementary School in Lewiston. Abdi and the Marsh's had just finished voting at Longley.

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    Mana Abdi, the first Somali American to be elected to the Maine Legislature, puts an "I Voted" sticker on her jacket after voting Tuesday at the former Longley Elementary School in Lewiston.

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    Mana Abdi, the first Somali American to be elected to the Maine Legislature, puts an "I Voted" sticker on her mother, Nunai Mohamed, after voting Tuesday at the former Longley Elementary School in Lewiston.

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    Canton resident Robyn McClintock tends the town’s local ballot box as resident Karin Kilbreth casts her ballot at the Town Office Meeting Room on Tuesday. The local ballot votes will be hand-counted after the polls close at 8 p.m. while the state-wide ballot votes for the governor’s election and other voting for other state representatives, collected in a separate ballot box, are electronically tabulated, said Town Clerk Angela Varnum.

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    Megan Farmer, left, of Temple waits to gets a ballot from ballot clerk Marie Andrews, right, on Tuesday morning at the Temple Town Office. Jo-Ann Schanz, far left, also of Temple waits to get her name checked off to receive a ballot Tuesday from ballot clerk Jean Mitchell, far right.

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    A sign reminds Lewiston residents to do their civic duty early on Election Day.

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