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PHOTOS | US election: Hillary Clinton votes in New York

Democrat candidate, Hillary Clinton arrived at her Chappaqua, New York polling place Tuesday morning, with husband, former President Bill Clinton at her side, looking touched with applause received from her supporters.

Obviously elated Clinton expressed gratitude when being embraced and applauded by follow voters.

If Clinton wins tonight against rival, Republican candidate, Donald Trump, she’ll make history as the first female president of the United States.

On Monday, finalising her campaign, Clinton appeared alongside President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama on the mall of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, bringing along Bruce Springseen and Jon Bon Jovi to attract a crowd of 33,000 people, with several more scattered through the various parks outside the security perimeter. 

On her way to victory: Hillary Clinton is widely expected to take the New York State primary later on Tuesday

Rare appearance together: Hillary Clinton has deployed her husband as a campaign speaker meaning they have seldom been seen together during the New York campaign 

Former President Bill Clinton is seen here casting his vote in their home town of Chappaqua, in Westchester. I'm with her: Bill Clinton was at his wife's side as she cast her vote in their home town of Chappaqua, in Westchester. She is heading to Manhattan later for a rally which is expected to be a victory party 

Hillary Clinton made her most important campaign stop of the New York primary early this morning - her polling location in Chappaqua, where she cast her ballot in the presidential election

Clinton is off to Washington, D.C., for the day to speak at the National Building Trades Convention, but she'll be back by nightfall to attend a primary night party hosted by her campaign at a Times Square hotel in New York City

DECISION DAY: New Yorkers cast their ballots today in both parties' primary elections.

Polls close in New York at 9 PM. Clinton is expected to win the Democratic primary but it could take time for results to roll in

Hillary Clinton looked touched by the greeting she received at her local polling place by fellow New Yorkers as she cast her vote to become the nation's first female president

Hillary Clinton arrived at her polling place around 8 a.m. after getting back from a long day of campaigning at 3:22 a.m., with supporters greeting her plane in Westchester 
Hillary Clinton arrived at her polling place around 8:00 a.m. after getting back from a long day of campaigning at 3:22 a.m., with supporters greeting her plane in Westchester

Hillary and Bill Clinton were mobbed by the media and fellow voters as she cast a vote for herself this morning from Chappaqua, New York 

Hillary Clinton, sporting a leather jacket and with Bill Clinton at her side, hugs a fellow New York voter at her polling place this morning 

Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton's running mate, was the second person in line at his Richmond polling location - the first being 99-year-old Minerva Turpin (right) 

After Sen. Tim Kaine (left) voted, 99-year-old Minerva Turpin (right) put an 'I Voted' sticker on the Democratic nominee for president