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The Latest Photos As America Goes To The Polls

The time has finally come.

Americans showed up in force Tuesday to vote for either Joe Biden or Donald Trump to lead the country for the next four years.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the polls look very different this year. Photos show winding lines, spaced-out voting booths and unusual face masks as people exercise their right to participate in American democracy.

See the latest photos from Election Day 2020 below.

Caution tape closes off a voting stall to help distance voters and prevent the spread of the coronavirus during Election Day at the East End School, Tuesday, Nov. 3, in Portland, Maine.

Donovan Faison, a 27-year-old first-time voter, wears an unusual mask and sunglasses as he feeds his ballot into a tabulator machine after voting at a polling station in Durham, North Carolina.

Voters cast their ballots at the Old Stone School, used as a polling station, on Election Day in Hillsboro, Virginia.

Voters wait in a long line to cast their ballots at Church of the Servant in Oklahoma City.

A man wearing a mask gathers with a group in support of Black Voters Matter at the Graham Civic Center polling site in Graham, North Carolina.

People line up to vote at the Milwaukee County Sports Complex in Franklin, Wisconsin.

People wait outside a polling place on Election Day in Las Vegas.

Jeniya Garrett, right, watches her aunt Catherina Neal vote on Election Day at the Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Chicago.

Voters line up before polls open on Election Day at a precinct in Warren, Michigan.

Voters wear face coverings while waiting in line to vote at the Los Angeles County Registrar in Norwalk, California.

Signage encouraging people to vote is seen across the street from the voting center at the Staples Center sports and entertainment arena in Los Angeles.

A poll worker waits to help a voter at a polling place on Election Day in Las Vegas.

We want to know what you’re seeing on the ground on Election Day. If there’s anything you think we should know about going on at polling places or anything else, email us at scoops@huffpost.com.

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