Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney cast his ballot at about 8:40 a.m. Tuesday in Belmont, Mass., at the Beech Street Center near his home.
The GOP candidate, accompanied by his wife, Ann, told reporters he feels "very, very good" about his overall chances and "great about Ohio."
A fairly large crowd greeted the Romneys when they arrived at the polling station, according to reports. Some people toted pro-Obama signs, but one woman held a sign that read: "Mitt and Ann enjoy your new White House."
Romney shared a kiss with Ann after casting his vote, whose stop at the polling station was just the start of a busy election day for the GOP nominee. He heads next to Cleveland, Ohio, where running mate Paul Ryan is expected to pay a visit as well. Then Romney heads onward to Pittsburgh while Ryan travels to Richmond, before reuniting for the Republican ticket's election night party in Boston.