Bush Cast Vote in Crawford, Confident in People's Judgement
"This election is in the hands of the people. And I feel very comfortable about that," he said after voting with his wife Laura and twin daughters.
"I think it's going to be me so I can go on and lead this country, bring people together, set an agenda, which will be to make sure America is secure," Bush told reporters.
The Republican incumbent declined to predict the outcome of his race against Kerry. But he thanked those who have supported his campaign.
Voters turned out in large numbers on Tuesday to select US next president as the long, bitter and deadlocked White House race between George Bush and John Kerry came to a close.
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