Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we're working on for 11/06/2012:

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we're working on for 11/06/2012:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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DECISION 2012 - With polls too close to call, President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney have made final campaign stops before tonight's crucial election count. See National.

VOTING IN THE DARK - Staten Island voters make their way out to make-shift polling centers still without power. See Regional - East.

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DECISION 2012 - AP crews in key battleground states and at both election headquarters will cover the vote count, results and reactions. All election day-related content can be found in the National and Regional sections of the site.

Planning On Covering

RESULTS - The AP is positioned in various locations around the country and at both Democrat and Republican election headquarters to report results as the count begins.

VOTER PROBLEMS - Election officials say they are fielding complaints about voting in both New York and New Jersey, while voters in Florida face long lines.

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OBAMA: WE'VE GOT THE VOTES TO WIN - President Barack Obama thanked his campaign supporters in Chicago and select volunteers by phone. He says he feels he has the votes to win, if Americans get out and exercise their right to vote. See National.

AMERICA GOES TO VOTE, CANDIDATES SCRAMBLE - Election Day arrives, sending voters streaming to the polls to pick the next president and the candidates themselves scrounging for last-minute votes. See National.

VOTING VAN - In the Jersey Shore community of Little Egg Harbor Township, voters cast ballots in a mobile polling station dubbed the "vote-a-bago", just one week after Sandy devastated towns and cities along the state's coastline. See Regional - East.

VOTERS IN NY, NJ NOT DETERRED BY STORM'S EFFECTS - Election Day turnout was heavy in several storm-ravaged areas in New York and New Jersey. See National.

ROMNEY: THIS IS A 'BIG DAY FOR CHANGE' - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's years-long quest for the presidency is ending with a last-minute round of campaigning in Ohio. See National.

ROMNEY CASTS BALLOT - Mitt Romney and his wife Anne cast their ballots in Massachusetts. See Regional - East.

DARKNESS FOR SOME STATEN ISLAND VOTERS - Residents in storm-ravaged Staten Island turned out to vote. Makeshift polling centers had to deal with a lack of electricity in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. See Regional - East.

BIDEN: 'FEELING PRETTY GOOD' ABOUT ELECTION - Vice President Joe Biden says he's 'feeling pretty good' about the election. His comments came after he and his wife cast their votes in Delaware. See National.

NH RESIDENTS CAST FIRST ELECTION DAY VOTES - Residents of two villages in New Hampshire have cast their first Election Day votes. In Dixville Notch, Obama and Romney tied 5-5, and in Hart, Obama tallied 23 votes, while Romney received 9 votes. See National.

ESPN AIRS OBAMA, ROMNEY HALFTIME INTERVIEWS - ESPN aired Monday Night Football halftime interviews of President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Both candidates talked about life and sports. See National.

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REGIONAL

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NY, 350,000 NEW YORKERS STILL WITHOUT POWER - New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says 350,000 residents remain without power following last week's Superstorm Sandy. He's directed utility companies not to release power crews from other parts of the country until all the lights are back on.

CA, SAN FRANCISCO VOTER: 'IT'LL BE A CLOSE VOTE' - After months of hard campaigning and weeks of negative ads funded by record political spending, millions of California voters headed to the polls to have their say.

NV, OBAMA TRYING TO WIN BATTLEGROUND NEVADA AGAIN - Nevada enters Election Day in a familiar position: a high-stakes battleground state and national bellwether for the presidential race.

FL, LONG VOTER LINES, SPLIT OPINIONS IN MIAMI - Florida voters lined up before dawn to cast their ballots as long lines began forming at some precincts across the state.

WI, 'ECONOMY, MORALS' DRIVE WISCONSIN VOTERS - Wisconsin voters eager to cast their ballots were in line when the polls opened at 7 a.m. At one Milwaukee polling place, about 300 people waited in low 30-degree weather for the chance to cast their votes.

CHRISTIE VOICES WORRY ABOUT NOR'EASTER - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has concerns about the nor'easter that could bring strong winds, rain and even snow to his state. Christie says he'll consider options once he receives a new briefing on the new storm.

MA, VOTERS IMAGINE A ROMNEY PRESIDENCY - Voters in Belmont, Mass., where Republican hopeful Mitt Romney lives, speculate on what he would do in the White House if he wins the election.

VA, VOTING BEGINS IN SWING-STATE VIRGINIA - Voting began this morning in Virginia. Long lines are expected. The state has 13 electoral votes and is considered a toss-up in the presidential race.

OH, VOTING IN PIVOTAL OHIO BEGINS - The state has 18 electoral college votes up for grabs in a tight presidential race.

IL, VOTERS FILL POLLS IN CHICAGO - Voters flocked to the polls in Chicago as the presidential election got under way.

NY, STATEN ISLAND VOTERS LINE UP FOR VOTING - Voters on Staten Island, N. Y. began lining up to vote at makeshift polling stations, just one week after Superstorm Sandy ravaged the New York City borough.

AZ, EX-U.S. REP. GIFFORDS VOTES IN TUCSON - Former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords dropped off her mail-in ballot at a county office. She was accompanied by her former assistant who replaced her in Congress, U.S. Rep. Ron Barber.

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INTERNATIONAL

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AMERICAN-STYLE RESTAURANT HOLDS VOTE IN PARIS - As U.S. voters headed to the ballot box in the much-anticipated presidential election, an American-themed restaurant in Paris was holding a poll of its own, inviting diners to choose their favorite candidate by eating an 'Obama Burger' or a 'Romney Omelette'.

NEWBORN BABIES NAMED OBAMA IN KENYA - A hospital in the Kenyan city of Kisumu has no less than five newborn babies named Obama. AVAILABLE NOW.

U.S. ELECTION - The result of the presidential election will have worldwide impacts, with everyone waiting for the highly anticipated result.

SYRIA FIGHTING - The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said air raids on Houla, a group of villages in the central province of Homs, killed seven people. AVAILABLE NOW.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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GLAMOUR WOMEN OF THE YEAR AWARDS - The US Glamour Women of the Year Awards honor exceptional women from around the world, recognizing women both in the public eye and outside of it.

'TWILIGHT' STARS TALK END OF THE FILM SAGA - Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner talk about the end of 'The Twilight Saga' while Kristen Stewart reflects on how her role changes for the final film. (Nov. 5)

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LIFE/HEALTH/TECHNOLOGY (AP VIDEO-US INCLUDES AP LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY STORIES)

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HALO 4 - Xbox fans are finally able to get their hands on Halo 4. As the games industry continues to defy the economic downturn, Hollywood's top names are cashing in too. AVAILABLE NOW.

EXTREME BODY ART - Hundreds of tattoo artists around the world have been pouring blood, sweat and tears into their art. From traditional Japanese and Polynesian body art to under-the-skin bracelets, the International Tattoo Festival in Florence has been celebrating the best in body design. AVAILABLE NOW.

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