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    Joe Bishop, left, and Rodney Grant of the Norridgewock Public Works department erect voting booths at the Mill Stream School on Monday where elections will take place today.

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    Readfield Town Clerk Robin Lint arranges voting booths Monday at Gile Hall. The turnout Tuesday, she said, "is going to be healthy" based upon the huge number of absentee ballots received.

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    Readfield Town Clerk Robin Lint moves election signs Monday from within 250 feet of the polls at Gile Hall.

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    Jake Burns, 21, a student at Colby College in Waterville, said Monday that he had already cast his vote for Hillary Clinton via absentee ballot but was originally a Bernie Sanders supporter and would have voted for Republican Mitt Romney had the 2012 GOP nominee chosen to run for president again. "I think we're setting a lot of scary precedents especially with the disregard in the campaigns for fact-based discourse," Burns said.

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    Dacia Rancourt fills the dozens of voting booths with instructions at the American Legion hall in Waterville on Monday, in preparation for Election Day. "They are empty now but not for long," Rancourt said.

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    Waterville Deputy Clerk Sarah Cross tapes voting instructions to tables at the American Legion hall in Waterville on Monday, in preparation for Election Day. Voting times are from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. in Waterville — an hour earlier than usual — for expected high turnout.

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