Fairfax County: Voters show enthusiasm

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RESTON, Va. — Voters lined up in the hallways of Langston Hughes Middle School in Fairfax early this morning to vote in the 2016 Presidential Election. More than 4,000 are registered at this precinct. 

Voters waited about 30 minutes this morning at Langston Hughes Middle School in Fairfax County.

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Ron Waggoner has voted in every single presidential election since 1960.

Samantha Pittman is from an immigrant family and has been a Virginia resident since 1982.

The Muhuro family’s make-it-or-break-it issue this election is the Virginia meal tax.

Lily Mutzig kept voters warm with hot chocolate and entertained them with her ukulele.

Lindsay Wasiljov is a proud third-party voter.

Stephanie Schauder said the president should be someone her kids can look up to.

Karen Reyes turned 18 in February and voted for the first time today.

Glenn Howard volunteers his time to make sure there is no voter intimidation at the polls.

Chris Dorey and his husband, Paul Tonden, said Hillary Clinton is the reason they came out and voted today.

Marcy Brannon is a millennial voter who said there was no way she was voting for Trump.

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