Election day is finally here.
Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump and his Democrat rival Hillary Clinton have fought their way to the culmination of the US Presidential elections. The electoral fight between Trump and Clinton has captured international attention, with American media describing the heated 2016 presidential election as the most unconventional polls in US history.
A record number of 35 million people have already cast their votes under the early voting provision ahead of the 8 November presidential election. The number has surpassed the 2012 record when 32.3 million people exercised their franchise in advance.
Both candidates have set records for unpopularity and have emerged as the most hated US presidential hopefuls ever. For instance, a Pew poll conducted in September showed widespread disenchantment towards this years presidential contest among American voters. Both Clinton and Trump are among the oldest general election candidates in US history.
Either ways, America is all set to get its 45th President.