The U.S. wakes up to an Election Day marked by voters’ interest at a record low, deep divisions about what Americans want the government to do in President Obama's final two years, and some crucial Senate races still too close to call. Republicans feel confident that they will win control of the Senate, but some results may remain in doubt beyond Tuesday night. The uncertainty is matched by the nation’s mood: Surveys show voter interest is substantially lower than four years ago. President Obama, whose low aproval rating of about 40 percent has made him a liability in some states on the campaign trail, stayed put in Washington on Monday.
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