Ronnie Senique, a math teacher from Landover, Maryland, said he, too, is voting his first U.S. presidential race. Senique is originally from the Bahamas, but he became a U.S. citizen about three years ago.
He got up well before dawn and was the first one at the polls when he arrived at 4:10 a.m., almost three hours before the polls opened. By the time he left, he said, "The lines were around the corner. They snaked around the school. They went into the street."
Those standing in line to vote gave him a round of applause after he cast his first ballot in an American presidential election.
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