Attorney John Martin, from Golden, Colo., filled out his mail-in ballot over the weekend. He didn't want to reveal whom he had chosen, but said he'd been "obsessively" watching the election for months.
Now, he's ready to move on.
"I'm old enough to be able to live with either outcome," he said.
Sometimes, it all seemed like overkill.
Biden stopped in at Mimi's Cafe in Sterling, Va., after a rally nearby. As one family left, a youngster grumbled, "So we came into the restaurant and still didn't get any food."
Associated Press writers Nedra Pickler in Washington, Darlene Superville in Arlington, Va., Ann Sanner in Columbus, Ohio, Nicholas Riccardi in Denver, Colo., Ryan J. Foley in Iowa City, Iowa, Philip Elliott in Beloit, Wis., Jim Kuhnhenn and Julie Pace in Chicago, Kasie Hunt and Steve Peoples in Cambridge, Mass., and Matthew Daly in Wilmington, Del., contributed to this report.