Read more reporting on election day here. This story was updated Nov. 3 at 3:41 p.m.

Some voters woke up in the wee hours of the morning to make it to the polls Nov. 3. Officials expect lines to stretch long into the evening. Registered voters who are in line by 7 p.m. will be allowed to vote. 

WHRO Public Media reporters are in the field across Hampton Roads Tuesday, and we'll continue to update this post. 

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Portsmouth voter Jonathan Bosier. He thinks the city could invest in better opportunities than a casino, and he acknowledges that it could bring money to the city, but asks: Will it be good money or bad money?

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Ortalli Young (right) and her daughter Nia Young (left) wait in line to vote at Grove Baptist. Ortalli was very emotional because this is the first election she’s voted in since her mother died. 

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Newport News voters, like all voters in Virginia, will decide on a redistricting amendment, created partially in response to a gerrymandering court case that included several Newport News voting districts.
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Shandra Tyus at Grove Baptist. She supports the casino coming to Portsmouth because she thinks the degree programs at TCC will transfer to employment there. She supports Paul Battle for Mayor because of his past record of working in the community.