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Washington Sketch: Reality Suspended, Until it

The Washington Post's Dana Milbank and the's Akira Hakuta sketch election night with John McCain in Phoenix, Arizona.
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Post Analysis: 2008 Presidential Election

The Washington Post's Dan Balz and's Chris Cillizza look at the presidential race, Tuesday's election results, and the future of an Obama presidency.
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U Street Jubilation

D.C. residents rejoice afterhearng that Senator Barack Obama will be the next president of the United States of America.
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Celebration in Harlem

A center of black culture and history, the New York neighborhood of Harlem welcomed the news that Barack Obama had been elected the first black president with a loud celebration.
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Va. Democrats Rally Around Warner

Mark Warner and fellow Democrats celebrated his Senate seat win and Obama's victory in the presidential election Tuesday night in Tyesons Corner, Va.
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Full Speech: Obama Wins Presidency

Democratic nominee Barack Obama's acceptance speech from Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois after election results came in Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008.
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Full Speech: McCain Concedes to Obama

Republican presidential nominee John McCain's concession speech from Phoenix, Ariz. after election results came in Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008.
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McCain Supporters Grudgingly Accept Defeat

There was a feeling of disappointement on Tuesday night at the Biltmore Hotel in Phoenix, Az., where thousands of McCain supporters gathered for an election night party.
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Obama's Hometown Rejoices in Historic Win

In downtown Chicago, tens of thousands of supporters young and old gathered in Grant Park to celebrate Sen. Barack Obama's election night victory.
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