After casting his ballot in Wilmington, Del., Vice President Joe Biden gave political reporters something to speculate about while they wait for results of the presidential election. When asked whether Tuesday would be the last time he would vote for himself, Biden, 69, replied, "No, I don't think so." The vice president, who has run for president twice and hinted at another possible run before, would be 73 years old if he threw his hat in the ring again in 2016. And alluding to the race he's in now along with President Obama, Biden insisted that he's "feeling pretty good" about his ticket winning re-election.
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