Photos: How Election Day Unfolded In Mass. And N.H. Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States, according to AP projections. Take a look at scenes from polling stations throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire on Election Day as well as from watch parties and victory parties as the ballot question and presidential race decisions came in. Trump Clinches The Presidency President-elect Donald Trump shakes hands with vice president-elect Mike Pence during their victory rally in New York early Wednesday morning. (Evan Vucci/AP) President-elect Donald Trump shakes hands during an election night rally in New York. (Evan Vucci/AP) Mass. Voters Celebrate Defeat Of Question 2, While Waiting For Presidential Results At a joint watch party for Clinton and those against the Massachusetts ballot question to raise the cap on charter schools, voters watched and waited. (Max Larkin/WBUR) Clinton supporters anxiously await results in a Copley Square watch party in Boston. (Max Larkin/WBUR) Students And Clinton Supporters Hear Results Trickle In At Wellesley College Wendy Salzm (Wellesley Class of 1983) and her daughter Moira Johnston cry as Trump takes the lead in Pennsylvania. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Clinton supporters at Wellesley College watch as results are tallied. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Ellie McNulty, who says she'll be in the future Class of 2028, colors in Oregon after it's announced that Clinton took the state. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Supporters cheer at Wellesley College as it's announced that Hillary Clinton takes New York Tuesday night. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Clinton supporter at Wellesley College praying as the contest is close. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Voters Have Their Say In Massachusetts Atticus Burk, 2, waits in long line of voters with his father, Russell, at the Hellenic Center in Watertown, Mass. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR) A voter collects his ballot inside East Boston High School. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR) Pedestrians pass a sign promoting prayer and voting outside Old South Church in Boston. (Michael Dwyer/AP) Voters line up to cast their ballots at the Valebrook Apartments in Lawrence, Mass. Earlier this morning, a voting machine there began to malfunction. But, polling officials say the issue was quickly resolved. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Voters file in and out of Parthum Middle School in Lawrence where voting was very busy. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Signs against ballot Question 1, which would allow for a second slots parlor in Massachusetts, outside of East Boston High School. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR) Voters wait in line to vote at East Boston High School. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR) Libertarian vice presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld gets instructions from precinct warden Nancy Gowe before casting his vote at the John F. Kennedy Elementary School in Canton, Mass. on Tuesday. (Michael Dwyer/AP) Mass. Gov. Charlie Baker casts his ballot on Election Day in Swampscott, Mass. He was the 40th person to cast his ballot there. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Clinton Guy, of Swampscott, came down to the First Church of Swampscott Congressional where voting was happening to show his support for Donald Trump. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Gov. Baker greets supporters of lifting the cap on charter schools on Monument Avenue in Swampscott. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Voters wait in line to cast their ballots at the Phillips School in Watertown. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR) People line up to vote in the East Boston neighborhood of Boston on Tuesday. (Michael Dwyer/AP) Voters Cast Their Ballots In New Hampshire Sporting a very patriotic jacket, life-long Manchester resident Karen McAllister casts her ballot. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Christopher Cheung, of Braintree, holds an American flag in Nashua, N.H. while helping his mom campaign for Donald Trump. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Trump supporters in Nashua, N.H. wave flags and banners. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) N.H. Democratic Senate candidate, Gov. Maggie Hassan speaks to media outside a polling place in Portsmouth, N.H. (Elise Amendola/AP) Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., accompanied by her daughter, Kate, holds her ballot after leaving the voting booth on Tuesday at Charlotte Avenue Elementary School in Nashua, N.H. (Elise Amendola/AP) Voter turnout was heavy in Concord's Ward 7, where a line of more than 150 people awaited poll workers when they opened the location for voting. (Michael Brindley/NHPR) In New Hampshire, Dixville Notch is one of only towns to vote at midnight. Its first voter, Clay Smith, drops his ballot as moderator Tom Tillotson watches Tuesday. Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump, 4-2 there. (Ex-Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney received a surprise write-in vote there). (Jim Cole/AP) This article was originally published on November 08, 2016.