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Tuesday, 2008 November 4 - 8:48 pm
... as well as I can do this from my phone.

Pennsylvania goes to Obama, Kay Hagan poised to win the Senate seat in North Carolina. More updates in the comments section; feel free to contribute.
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Comment #1 from Ken (realkato)
2008 Nov 4 - 9:14 pm : #
Shaheen takes Sununu's Senate seat. McCain holds Georgia and North Dakota.
Comment #2 from Ken (realkato)
2008 Nov 4 - 9:28 pm : #
Mitch McConnell wins his Senate seat back; that may end the Democrats' chances of taking 60 Senate seats.

But oh! Obama takes Ohio! Whooo!
Comment #3 from Ken (realkato)
2008 Nov 4 - 9:33 pm : #
Amy's comment: this is like a pregnancy test; we pee on the election and hope it turns blue.
Comment #4 from Ken (realkato)
2008 Nov 4 - 10:10 pm : #
They sure are taking their time calling the other swing states...
Comment #5 from Ken (realkato)
2008 Nov 4 - 10:50 pm : #
Obama is over 200, and California hasn't been called. At this point, the only question should be the margin of victory.

Now, why is there a virtual black person on CNN? "Help me Obi-wan, you're my only hope."
Comment #6 from Ken (realkato)
2008 Nov 4 - 11:02 pm : #
it's done it's done it's done
Comment #7 from Jenn (Guest)
2008 Nov 4 - 11:07 pm : #
WooooO!
Comment #8 from Ken (realkato)
2008 Nov 4 - 11:46 pm : #
Obama takes the West Coast, and Florida. North Carolina and Indiana are still up for grabs. But it doesn't matter any more. McCain has (graciously) conceded, and our long national nightmare is finally at an end. We have a new President. The world has just become a better place. It's not the Democrats who won tonight; it's all of America and all the world.

I have to wonder, though... when Democrats lost in 2004, we all threatened to move to Canada. Where would Republicans go?
Comment #9 from Ken (realkato)
2008 Nov 5 - 12:16 am : #
I just got chills listening to the acceptance speech.
Comment #10 from Ken (realkato)
2008 Nov 5 - 12:19 am : #
I just saw Oprah crying. And then I saw Jesse Jackson crying. I hope everyone understands, as they seem to, what a historic moment this is.

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