Joe Biden already dropping hints about 2016

Vice President Joe Biden exits a voting booth after casting his ballot in Greenville, Del. Vice President Joe Biden exits a voting booth after casting his ballot in Greenville, Del. Matt Rourke/AP

Joe Biden got up early to cast his vote in Greenville, Delaware, this morning and not only has he not stopped running for office, he may have already started on his next campaign. Even though electioneering is not allowed in polling places, Biden couldn't stop being Joe Biden, playfully flirting with the woman in line in front of him, joking with reporters watching from the sidelines, and generally working everyone in the room. Check out this video to see the ultimate man of the people do his thing.

What the video doesn't show, however, is when the pool reporter covering him today (Michael Memol of The Los Angeles Times) asked Biden if this would be the last time he would be voting for himself. The answer: "'No, I don't think so,' he said with a grin."

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