Washington : America on Tuesday voted in an election that followed one of the most expensive and negative campaigns, with pundits predicting a wafer-thin win for the incumbent Barack Obama.

Voters from a small township in the battleground New Hampshire State were the first to cast their ballot shortly after midnight when the polling began.

For the first time ever, the vote was tied in the township, with both Obama, 51, and Romney, 65, receiving five votes each, another indication of the knife’s edge separating the two candidates.

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