Midterm Elections 2018: Voters Head to Polls Across the Country

Voters on Tuesday waited out winding lines at their polling places and trudged through often unpleasant weather conditions to turn out in what both parties expected to be extraordinary numbers for a midterm election.

Voters in line at Borough Hall in Brooklyn on Tuesday.CreditCreditHolly Pickett for The New York Times

• Polls start closing at 6 p.m. Eastern Time. Here’s what to watch for when that happens.

• Get live results here.

Until then, come back here all day for news and check-ins with voters and candidates across the country.

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