It's the first Tuesday following the first Monday in November.
In the U.S. that means it's election day.
Governors' races, the New York mayoral election, different state referenda-that's when people vote on issues rather than individual offices.
Some of today's elections are getting national attention.
We're going to start in New Jersey where voters are casting their ballot for governor.
According to the most recent polls, current governor, Chris Christie is expected to be reelected.
There is a governor's race in Virginia, too.
The state doesn't allow governors to serve consecutive terms, so the new governor will either be Republican Ken Cuccinelli on the left or Democrat Terry McAuliffe.
There is an interesting referendum on the ballot in Colorado-11 counties are voting on whether to secede, break off from the state.
It would take more than this one vote.
The people behind the idea don't expect it to happen.
They say they are trying to send the message to their state representatives.
While there are elections happening around the U.S. today,
some people are already focused on a different election that's three years away.
Run, Hillary, run! If you run, you'll win and we'll all win.
An enthusiastic, high profile endorsement from Senator Chuck Schumer at the Iowa Democratic Party's annual Jefferson Jackson dinner,
he pressed Hillary Clinton to run in 2016.
It's time for a woman to be president.
And so, tonight, here in Iowa, and I won't get this opportunity again.
I'm urging Hillary Clinton to run for president!
He is not alone.
A group of 16 Democratic women in the Senate feel the same way.
All of them signed the letter encouraging her to run.
According to a Democratic source who said Kay Hagan talked about this still to be released letter at a fundraising event last week.
The most recent CNN/ORC poll of likely Democratic presidential contenders shows Clinton with the huge lead: 65 percent of Democrats polled chose her, with Vice President Biden a very distant second.
The Republican field is a little more crowded: Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, Rand Paul, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz among the favorites of Republican voters.
John how are you, bud?
How are you?
But it's the New Jersey governor just one day out from his likely reelection, getting all the buzz, especially since him campaign seems to be as much about 2016 as the Garden State.
I can walk and chew gum at the same time, Christine.
I can do this job and also deal with my future, and that's exactly what I will do.