We should expect plenty of interesting events at polling locations in a few days. And with everyone having a video camera in their pocket, there will be lots of opportunity to photo document this.
Before you break out your phone, did you know that you can't take a photo of your ballot in a lot of states? And in a lot of states, you can get into trouble for even taking a photo too close to your polling location.
So before you break out the camera -- or if someone else is using their camera -- here are a couple of resources that list out the rules in all 50 states.
Center for Citizen Media posted the state laws on photography back in 2006. It's a bit dated but a very well done resource.
Digital Media Law Project has a handy chart for all 50 states. It's more recent but it is more of a link-to info than useful summaries.