VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WVEC) -- Voters stood in line as early as 4:30 in the morning Tuesday, ready to cast their ballot and help decide who will become the next president of the United States.
13News Now asked people how they felt after voting, and to write those words on a white board.
"Relieved," "anxious," and "great" are just some of the words people wrote down. The Kehoe family wrote "happy."
"We voted for Trump. We think that maybe we do need some sort of change in America," said Ted Kehoe.
Ralph Northcutt is going in another direction. "Today I voted for Hillary."
When 13News Now asked why, Northcutt said, "I don't know. There's just... I'm gonna tell you, it took me until I hit the door to figure that out."
Lea Marie Kngowakl is turned off by both Trump and Clinton. "So I wrote the word 'unheard' on the board. I feel like I'm not alone in his election, I don't like either of the two choices," she said. "I voted for Gary Johnson."