Thirteen-month-old Bailey Bennett takes a peak out of the voting
booth as his father, Mark Bennett, casts his vote at Corpus Christi
A U.S. Army soldier guards the site of a car bomb explosion near an
office of the Iraqi Ministry of Education in Baghdad, Iraq. The
bomb was one of two Tuesday, the other wounding civilians and seven
Iraqi soldiers in Mosul.
Rob Lowe, left, as Dr. Billy Grant, portrays an unconventional
physician who leaves behind the world of emergency medicine to
become the in-house doctor at a Las Vegas casino run by his good
friend Tommy Danko, played by Joe Pantoliano, right, in "dr.
vegas." CBS cancelled the show on Tuesday, the same day that NBC
announced it would yank "Father of the Pride" for the November
Marci Francisco is congratulated by supporters at Abe and Jake's
Landing, 8 E. Sixth St., where members of the Kansas Democratic
Party gathered to see Tuesday's election results. Francisco, former
Lawrence mayor from 1981 to 1983, won the 2nd District Senate seat
over incumbent Mark Buhler, a Republican.
President Bush gives a thumbs-up as he and first lady Laura Bush
board Air Force One in Waco, Texas. Bush voted Tuesday morning in
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry, left photo, and
his wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, arrive at the Statehouse in Boston
where Sen. Kerry cast his vote Tuesday.
Hillcrest third-grader Yang Tang Li, second from right, looks at
who his classmate Rob Aga voted for on his Kids Voting ballot. The
students chose their favorite candidates on Tuesday.
Supporters of Sen. John Kerry wait in Copley Square in Boston.
Election night results trickled in Tuesday.
Tim Stejskal, left, and Jeff Russell celebrate after hearing that
President Bush had won Florida's electoral votes, at an Idaho
Republican gathering Tuesday in Boise, Idaho.
U.S. Rep. Jim Ryun, 2nd District Republican candidate, center,
greets his supporters as he makes his way through the crowd after
defeating Democratic opponent Nancy Boyda Tuesday evening.
Emilie Marsh from New York casts her fake ballot in a U.S.
presidential election straw vote at Harry's Bar in Paris. Democrat
candidate John Kerry won the straw poll with 419 votes against 242
for President George W. Bush.
Attorney Leon St. John, Palm Beach County Canvassing Board member,
looks dazed as members of the board examine absentee ballots in
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Unregistered voters stand in line waiting their turn to register
and vote in Derry, N.H. Hundreds of unregistered voters jammed
polling sites on Tuesday, and the heavy turnout delayed vote
counting in precincts throughout New Hampshire.
Bob Murphy, 79, leads his wife, Betsey Murphy, 81, to the fire
station in Divernon, Ill., to cast their votes. The couple have
been voting together for 59 years.
The Detroit Pistons celebrate their 2004 NBA title as their
championship banner is raised. The Pistons defeated Houston, 87-79,
Tuesday night in Auburn Hills, Mich.
Baldwin High's Andy Hannon, front, tumbles into the end zone for a
touchdown reception in the second half. The Bulldogs beat
Louisburg, 28-6, Tuesday at Liston Stadium in Baldwin.
Baldwin defenders Ricky Baker, left, and Austin Inzer, center,
tackle Louisburg's Chad Roberts in the first half.
Led by second-string quarterback Blake Wieden, the Bulldogs won
their Class 4A bi-district game against Louisburg, 28-6, Tuesday
night at Liston Stadium in Baldwin.
Baldwin High's Klay Garrison runs the ball against Louisburg in the
John Lammli, a Kansas University senior from Lawrence, works out at
the Lawrence Athletic Club's south location, 2108 W. 27th St. Rick
Sells, the club's owner, said he plans to close the center on Dec.
Fall time means chili time for Bill Ahrens, Lawrence's
transportation planner. Ahrens, who has won the city's chili
cooking contest two consecutive years, displayed a pot of his
homemade chili on Friday at South Park.
Democratic supporters, including Deron Belt, left, watch as votes are tallied on a wide screen television at Abe and Jake's Landing, 8 E. Sixth St. Democrats held a watch party Tuesday night at Abe and Jake's.
Members of the Southwest Junior High football team pile food on their plates at the school's annual football banquet. Athletes and their parents brought covered dishes to the banquet, which celebrates the end of the football season for the junior high squad.
Members of the retired Lawrence postal employees coffee group meet up at Chubby's Red Hot Grill. The group meets on Wednesday and Saturday mornings and has been getting together since the early 1970s. From left are Eddie Eiffert, Robert Eggert, Wilbur D. Rake, Murry Smith, Larry Holuba, Stanley House and Valentin Romero. Pearl Schneider took the picture, and Stanley House sent it in.