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Joined by his wife, Nancy, in 1980, the 40th U.S. President cast his ballot with a grin.
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In 1968, the 37th president left the polls after voting in what would be a landslide election.
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The 2012 Republican presidential hopeful and his wife, Ann, cast their votes in Belmont, Massachusetts.
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All smiles! Carter flashed a massive grin while leaving a Plains, California, voting booth in 1976.
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Pictured marking their ballots in Independence, Missouri, in 1948, Bess Truman, her daughter Margaret Truman and her husband, President Harry S Truman, fulfilled their civic duty.
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GEORGE W. BUSH
The calm before the storm: the 43rd U.S. President cast his vote in Austin, Texas, in 2000.
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FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
Joined by his wife and son, FDR visited a voting booth in Hyde Park, N.Y., to cast his ballot.
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President Clinton embraced his daughter, Chelsea, while they waited for then-Senate candidate Hillary Clinton to cast her ballot in Chappaqua, N.Y., in 2000.
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President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama could not stop smiling while casting their votes in Chicago in 2008.