The voting has finished:
Iraqis streamed to the polls Saturday, casting ballots on a new constitution that would fundamentally alter the shape and nature of the nation.
With most vehicular traffic banned, and more than 150,000 American and Iraqi troops deployed, the day unfolded mostly peacefully, with only scattered attacks on polling sites and troops convoys across the country.
The new constitution, which would give the Iraqi state a strong Islamic cast and provide broad guarantees for individual rights, appeared to be heading toward final passage. Voters in Shiite and Kurdish areas turned out in the greatest numbers, with most voters indicating they were supporting the charter. The constitution grants the Kurds broad autonomy in northern Iraq, and is expected to usher in a Shiite-dominated government following elections in December.
I guess now all we have to do is wait. It does seem like the level of violence was below what would be expected.