FILE - This Oct. 31, 2012 file photo shows voter arriving and departing during early voting at a polling place at the Wicomico County Youth and Civic Center in Salisbury, Md. There’s al

 

              FILE - This Oct. 31, 2012 file photo shows voter arriving and departing during early voting at a polling place at the Wicomico County Youth and Civic Center in Salisbury, Md. There’s al
FILE - This Oct. 31, 2012 file photo shows voter arriving and departing during early voting at a polling place at the Wicomico County Youth and Civic Center in Salisbury, Md. There’s always grousing about people who don’t bother to vote. But look at it another way: An estimated 133 million Americans will cast ballots in Tuesday’s election. That’s about 6 in 10 eligible adults. Some will persevere despite long lines, pressing personal burdens or the devastation left by Superstorm Sandy. Why do they do it? It’s not because any one voter will decide the contest between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Depending on which state they live in, the odds of casting a deciding vote for president are somewhere between 1 in a million and essentially zero. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)