Presidential Candidates Voting Photos

Joe Biden, 2020

The Democratic nominee (alongside wife Dr. Jill Biden) proudly displays his “I Voted” sticker while leaving the Delaware State Building on Oct. 28, after casting his vote in the general election. Due to the pandemic, news cameras didn’t follow them inside, but Biden shared a shot of himself filling out a ballot with the caption “We voted.” 

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Donald Trump, 2020

The current president cast his in-person ballot in Florida on Oct. 24 and joked to reporters, “I voted for a guy named Trump.”

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HILLARY CLINTON

The Democratic nominee was in her hometown of Chappaqua, New York, with husband, Bill, to cast her ballot and potentially make history as the first woman president of the United States. She was defeated by opponent Donald Trump.

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DONALD TRUMP

GOP nominee Donald Trump voted in Manhattan. The Secret Service shut down foot traffic in the hour before the presidential hopeful arrived at P.S. 59. He took to the location with his wife Melania, daughter Ivanka along with Ivanka’s husband Jared Kushner and the couple’s young daughter, Arabella.

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BARACK OBAMA

President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama could not stop smiling while casting their votes in Chicago in 2008.

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RONALD REAGAN

Joined by his wife, Nancy, in 1980, the 40th U.S. President cast his ballot with a grin.

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RICHARD NIXON

In 1968, the 37th president left the polls after voting in what would be a landslide election.

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MITT ROMNEY

The 2012 Republican presidential hopeful and his wife, Ann, cast their votes in Belmont, Massachusetts.

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JIMMY CARTER

All smiles! Carter flashed a massive grin while leaving a Plains, California, voting booth in 1976.

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HARRY TRUMAN

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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BILL CLINTON

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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