ABC News’ Ann Compton and Eloise Harper Report: Former President Bill Clinton and Senator Hillary Clinton stopped by the Douglas Grafflin Elementary School in Chappaqua, New York Tuesday morning to vote.
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"Its a very humbling and overwhelming experience to cast my vote today," Hillary Clinton said today. "I hope a lot of people will come out and vote today."
President Clinton said voting for his wife on Super Tuesday was, "one of the proudest moments of my life."
"I feel good," Bill Clinton said. Asked whether the race would continue beyond today, he said "I don’t know. I just want it to go today."
Hillary Clinton thanked her supporters saying, "I am just very excited about today. We should encourage everyone across the country to come out and vote in this national primary."
Chelsea Clinton stood nearby, not voting in that district because she lives in Manhattan. Chelsea started her day at 5:45am this morning in Connecticut, delivering coffee and donut holes to poll workers and voters at the New Haven Fire Department.
The Clinton’s shook hands with supporters before heading back to their home in Chappaqua, New York. Later today Clinton will attend a rally in Manhattan, after spending the majority of the day doing television news interviews.
The Clinton campaign is playing the numbers; as the candidate sits for what must be a record 37 satellite interviews from her living room, the campaign said they made more than 12.2 million calls to voters in states voting today.
The campaign said more than a quarter of a million people went to hillaryclinton.com last night to watch Clinton’s national town hall meeting.