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From Daily Rundown:
Going into Election Day, some saw the approaching outcome as a referendum on the role of government. Others believed it to be a referendum on President Obama’s health care reform law. If it was, it didn’t help Mitt Romney much.
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From Daily Rundown:

Going into Election Day, some saw the approaching outcome as a referendum on the role of government. Others believed it to be a referendum on President Obama’s health care reform law. If it was, it didn’t help Mitt Romney much.

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From MSNBC:

President Obama wept as he thanked his campaign staff for their tenacity, grit and intelligence.

In a video released Thursday evening on the official Barack Obama YouTube channel, the president talks about his past as a community organizer.

From MSNBC:
The right-wing worked hard to suppress the vote in Tuesday’s election, with an effort that began months ago, when conservatives took control of many state houses. Ultimately, thanks in part to the courts, and in part to the determination of voters, America proved that voting rights cannot be stolen.
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From MSNBC:

The right-wing worked hard to suppress the vote in Tuesday’s election, with an effort that began months ago, when conservatives took control of many state houses. Ultimately, thanks in part to the courts, and in part to the determination of voters, America proved that voting rights cannot be stolen.

(Photo: Seth Perlman/ AP)

From MSNBC:

Carol Shea-Porter’s late-hour victory in New Hampshire’s relatively tight first Congressional district race, securing the “lady time” achievement of putting women in the top political offices in the state, was particularly poetic given her honor of being the first woman New Hampshire ever sent to Congress (in 2006!).

Latino voters delivered a wake-up call to Republicans Tuesday night, turning out in droves to vote and splitting for President Barack Obama 71% to Mitt Romney’s 27%.
High Latino voter turnout in key swing states Colorado and Nevada benefited Obama where he captured 70% of the Latino vote, NBC News reported.
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Latino voters delivered a wake-up call to Republicans Tuesday night, turning out in droves to vote and splitting for President Barack Obama 71% to Mitt Romney’s 27%.

High Latino voter turnout in key swing states Colorado and Nevada benefited Obama where he captured 70% of the Latino vote, NBC News reported.

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