Florida voters on election day 2010

  • Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist waves at supporters before voting at the Coliseum. EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Candidate for Mayor of Palmetto Bay Shelley Stanczyk, left, talks to Roslyn Scheckner at the Village Center as Stanczyk campaigns for the remaining hours on Election Day Tuesday. ALLISON DIAZ/FREELANCE

  • Voters prepare to cast their ballot at Precinct #427 in the Open Bible Temple in the City of West Dade Tuesday morning. C.M. GUERRERO/ / EL NUEVO HERALD

  • A voter in Precinct 427 in the City of West Miami studies the long ballot before casting his vote at Open Bible Temple on Tuesday. C.M. GUERRERO / EL NUEVO HERALD

  • A voter at precinct #427 in the City of West Miami reviews her ballot before casting her vote at Open Bible Temple on Tuesday. C.M. GUERRERO/ / EL NUEVO HERALD

  • Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Alex Sink, with her husband Bill McBride, leaves the polling place after casting her vote in Thonotosassa, Fla, Tuesday. MARGARET BOWLES/AP

  • Florida Republican gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott greets reporters after casting his ballot at St. Ann's Catholic Church in Naples, Fla., Tuesday. ERIK KELLAR/ / AP

  • Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, an Independent candidate for the U.S. Senate, speaks to members of the media before voting Tuesday, in St. Petersburg, Fla. CHRIS O'MEARA/AP

  • U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio, center, casts his vote at Open Bible Temple in West Miami, as his wife Jeanette Rubio, left, and poll worker Oscar Guedes waits. C.M. GUERRERO/ / EL NUEVO HERALD

  • U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio celebrates after voting at the Open Bible Temple in West Miami on Tuesday. C.M. GUERRERO/ / EL NUEVO HERALD

  • Voters cast their ballots at precinct 765 set up at 8100 Southwest 117th Avenue at the General Conference 7th Day Adventist building. About 80 voters had turned out by 9:15 a.m., officials said. TIM CHAPMAN/MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • A woman prepares to vote at the Haitian Evangelical Baptist Church, 14455 Memorial Highway, early Tuesday morning. WALTER MICHOT/MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • An early morning voter prepares to go to the voting machine at the Haitian Evangelical Baptist Church, in Miami, Tuesday morning. WALTER MICHOT/MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Polls opened at 7 a.m. Tuesday, Ed Rosasco, center, was the first voter in line at the Miami Science Museum about 6:45 a.m. TIM CHAPMAN/MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Campaign workers hand out literature to voters as they enter J.P. Taravella High School in Broward Tuesday morning. AMY BETH BENNETT/SUN SENTINEL

  • Greg Schiff kisses Heather Corbin after voting at North 21st Avenue and Taylor Street in Hollywood, early Tuesday morning. WALTER MICHOT/MIAMI HERALD STAFF