The big day has arrived. After more than a year of campaigning, voters in the U.S head to the polls today to choose their president. We will live blog the results here -- with an eye towards our broadcast countries.
RFE/RL Washington correspondent Richard Solash talked to some voters in Arlington, VA:
Will Blake, a Romney voter - "I didn't see a dramatic difference between the two candidates [on foreign policy] to the point that I thought it differentiated President Obama enough to swing my opinion, to be frank."
Brandon Colet, an Obama voter - "Although I don't believe in most of [Obama's] fiscal policies, it's most of his social policies I support more than Romney's."
Joe Reddan, who declined to say which candidate he supports - "The campaign season was one of the most negative I've ever seen. If you don't have a record to run on, then you have to disparage the other guy, and if you're the other guy and you can't elucidate a vision -- it makes it really a lot of acrimony, not a lot of positive messaging."