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President Barack Obama made a last-ditch effort to save his Democratic majorities in Congress on Tuesday, but voters seemed poised to deliver landslide victories to the Republican Party.
In Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, restaurant manager and internet entrepreneur Stephen Smith, 40, went to the polls in hopes "that the entrenched incumbents get booted out of office," he said.
Melissa Bacon, 24, of Sacramento, California, cast her ballot partly for the thrill of the experience, she said.
"You don't get to vote every day. It's sort of its own holiday. You research the issues, vote and then wait to see if your position was the majority. It's as exciting to me as the World Series last night," she said on the heels of the San Francisco Giants' victory.
Nadya Alvarez of Parrish, Florida, voted with her son to teach him about the importance of voting.
"My youngest is almost 2 years old, and I showed him the ballot, and he wanted to help fill in the circles," said Parrish, 28.
"It is good to teach them from an early age to be involved in the welfare of our country and that we all have rights and duties to preserve," she said.