It's the day after the most expensive campaign in history and whether you like the results from Tuesday's election or not, most voters can agree they're glad it's over.
In Wyoming, over 240,000 people cast their ballot in this presidential election. Secretary of State, Max Maxfield says that number's comparable to the last presidential election in 2008. He says the summary results indicate that 57% of all those who were eligible to vote, did so.
"On the morning of the election, we had 240,438 registered voters but the total number of ballots cast exceeded that number because of our Election Day Registration. Using the baseline voter registration figure, we had an overall turnout of 103 percent," said Maxfield.
But nationally, early figures from states where more than 90% of the vote has been counted suggest fewer people voted this year than in 2008. But the full picture won't be known for weeks because so many Americans this year voted early or by mail.
In Wyoming, 27.66% of all registered voters voted before November 6th. According to the Secretary of State's Office, in 2008 that number was closer to 21%.