It’s Election Day and everyone is making their bets on who the winner will be, even TheDC. Every four years, Americans across the nation cast their votes for the next president of the United States. But after leaving the polls or turning in their absentee ballots, all Americans can do is wear their “I voted” stickers proudly and wait patiently for the returns. Some election days we are rewarded with the results that very night, but other years we are forced to wait in anticipation until the next day, or even an entire month. Here are the closest presidential elections in American history.
Laura Byrne Contributor