Azerbaijan, Baku, Nov. 7 / Trend E.Mehdiyev/
Starting from 4:30 AM Americans in Azerbaijan have come together at Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy (ADA) to watch the results of presidential elections.
Trend reports that with the organization of the US Embassy in Azerbaijan, a lot of Americans in Azerbaijan, including embassy staff, as well as representatives of Azerbaijani government, local NGOs, civil society have been provided with an opportunity to follow the presidential election process through live television feeds at ADA.
Everyone at ADA patiently expects the results of elections. US citizen Janine Clarke said she is very excited to be here with other Americans and other people who are interested in the American process.
"I have strong feelings about which person I want to win and I believe it will impact on USA's relationships with other countries significantly," Clarke said.
The 57th U.S. presidential elections started on Nov. 6, and after the voting, the Board of Electors will name the U.S new President and Vice President. The newly-elected president will be inaugurated on January 20, 2013.
Incumbent President Barack Obama was nominated as a candidate from the Democratic Party for the second term. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is the candidate from the Republican Party.