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Voting Sandy

Rockaway resident and New York City firefighter Terence O'Donnell holds a flashlight while voting in a makeshift tent set up as a polling place at Scholars' Academy, PS 180, in the Rockaway neighborhood on November 6, 2012 in the Queens borough of New York City. The Rockaway section of Queens was one of the hardest hit areas and O'Donnell's home is damaged. Many voters in New York and New Jersey are voting at alternate locations in the presidential election due to disruption from Superstorm Sandy. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Voters turn out despite Sandy

Despite lack of power and loss of original polling stations, many voters turned out to cast their ballot in areas ravaged by Superstorm Sandy.