After long campaign, voters finally have their say ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Alice Vu, 5, read “The Hungry Kitten,” while waiting outside a polling station on Lexington Avenue in Cambridge. Jason Reed /Reuters President Obama sat next to a volunteer as he called other volunteers during a visit to a campaign field office in Chicago. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Mitt Romney waved to a crowd of supporters after voting in Belmont. Amanda Lucier/The Virginian-Pilot via Associated Press Students at ODU waited in line to vote at Larchmont Elementary School in Norfolk, Va. Gretchen Ertl/Associated Press Senator Scott Brown waved as he got into his pick-up truck after voting in Wrentham. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Elizabeth Warren greeted supporters at the Graham and Parks School. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Lines were long outside a polling station in Boston's Chinatown. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Voting was brisk as the polls opened at a fire station on Lexington Avenue in Cambridge. Seth Wenig/Associated Press A sign directed people to a polling site in a school that is also serving as a donation site for victims of Superstorm Sandy in Staten Island. Tim Chapman/The Miami Herald via Associated Press Voters waited in line to cast their ballots in Miami. Seth Wenig/Associated Press New York resident Marina Shechtman filled out her ballot.