New York Senator Hillary Clinton has won the Democratic primary in the US state of New Hampshire - a crucial contest in the race to the win the party's presidential nomination.
Senator John McCain, who came from behind to be the front-runner, won the Republican vote.
During the day's voting, Ballot Inspector Rita Paris kept a watchful eye on the voting booths at the Parker Varney School in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Former mayor of New York Rudy Giuliani, also seeking the Republican nomination, met volunteers at his campaign headquarters in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Senator Barack Obama greets supporters in Nashua, New Hampshire. Mr Obama went into New Hampshire primary leading the opinion polls.
Mitt Romney, a Republican presidential hopeful and former Massachusetts governor, came second after a disappointing second-place finish in the Iowa caucuses.
Mike Huckabee, a former Arkansas governor who led the Republican field in Iowa, came third in Tuesday's vote.
Former North Carolina senator John Edwards, who was given a campaign boost when he came second in Iowa, came third in New Hampshire.