The polls have opened in Pennsylvania and people are lining up to have their voices heard. Pennsylvanians are voting for President, Senate, U.S. Congress and a bunch of local races. The future of the working government could change with the outcome of this election.
About 100 voters in West Manchester Township, York County waited in line for up to an hour before the doors swung open on one polling location. People lined up as early as 6 a.m. to make sure they could cast a vote.