The race for the White House is heating up in New Hampshire right now. Voters have been at the polls all day long casting their ballots in the nation's second major presidential contest of '08.
After months of listening to candidates, granite state voters speak up.
While White House hopefuls from both parties squeeze in last minute pleas, talking about the past.
"Let's have somebody who can not just talk about change but has actually delivered change not only in the private sector, the Olympics, and the state of Massachusetts," Presidential candidate Mitt Romney said.
Also talking about the future.
"What's going to happen over the next weeks and months is a real debate between Sen. Obama and myself about how you best bring about change," said Presidential Candidate John Edwards.
A future that is more uncertain for Hillary Clinton's struggling campaign. In the final hours, her husband, the former president, sharpened his attacks on chief rival Barack Obama.
"You said in 2004 there was no difference between you and George Bush on the war," President Clinton said. "And you took that speech you're now running on off your Web site in 2004. And there's no difference in your voting record and Hillary's ever since. Give me a break. This whole thing is the biggest fairy tale I've ever seen."