November 04, 2008 01:45 PM

Voters for Sen. John McCain or Sen. Barack Obama are turning out for Tuesday’s presidential election in unusually large numbers, according to reports. Some experts are predicting that up to 130 million Americans will vote – the highest percentage turnout in a century, according to The New York Times. The high turnout is also resulting in long waits at many polls.

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