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People gather in Fountain Square Tuesday, Nov. 4, to watch the results of the historic 2008 Presidential Election. There were record numbers for voter turn out across the country.  Sen. Barack Obama was declared the President Elect just after 11 p.m. and Sen. John McCain delivered his concession speech moments later.  Photo by Cameron Knight
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People gather in Fountain Square Tuesday, Nov. 4, to watch the results of the historic 2008 Presidential Election. There were record numbers for voter turn out across the country.  Sen. Barack Obama was declared the President Elect just after 11 p.m. and Sen. John McCain delivered his concession speech moments later.  Photo by Cameron Knight
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People gather in Fountain Square Tuesday, Nov. 4, to watch the results of the historic 2008 Presidential Election. There were record numbers for voter turn out across the country.  Sen. Barack Obama was declared the President Elect just after 11 p.m. and Sen. John McCain delivered his concession speech moments later.  Photo by Cameron Knight
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People gather in Fountain Square Tuesday, Nov. 4, to watch the results of the historic 2008 Presidential Election. There were record numbers for voter turn out across the country.  Sen. Barack Obama was declared the President Elect just after 11 p.m. and Sen. John McCain delivered his concession speech moments later.  Photo by Cameron Knight
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People gather in Fountain Square Tuesday, Nov. 4, to watch the results of the historic 2008 Presidential Election. There were record numbers for voter turn out across the country.  Sen. Barack Obama was declared the President Elect just after 11 p.m. and Sen. John McCain delivered his concession speech moments later.  Photo by Cameron Knight
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People gather in Fountain Square Tuesday, Nov. 4, to watch the results of the historic 2008 Presidential Election. There were record numbers for voter turn out across the country.  Sen. Barack Obama was declared the President Elect just after 11 p.m. and Sen. John McCain delivered his concession speech moments later.  Photo by Cameron Knight
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Obama Campaign Headquarters, busy with last minute Election Day tasks, in Walnut Hills.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Obama Campaign Headquarters, busy with last minute Election Day tasks, in Walnut Hills.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Obama Campaign Headquarters, busy with last minute Election Day tasks, in Walnut Hills.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Obama Campaign Headquarters, busy with last minute Election Day tasks, in Walnut Hills.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Obama Campaign Headquarters, busy with last minute Election Day tasks, in Walnut Hills.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Obama Campaign Headquarters, busy with last minute Election Day tasks, in Walnut Hills.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Obama Campaign Headquarters, busy with last minute Election Day tasks, in Walnut Hills.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Obama Campaign Headquarters, busy with last minute Election Day tasks, in Walnut Hills.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Steve Driehaus and his campaign team take a break from the polls to eat at Price Hill Chili. Todd Portune, Hamilton County Commissioner up for re-election, was also dining.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Steve Driehaus, candidate for Ohio's First Congressional District, voted at the St. Teresa of Avila Church late morning on Nov. 4, 2008.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Steve Driehaus, candidate for Ohio's First Congressional District, voted at the St. Teresa of Avila Church late morning on Nov. 4, 2008.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Steve Driehaus, candidate for Ohio's First Congressional District, voted at the St. Teresa of Avila Church late morning on Nov. 4, 2008.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Workers at the Driehaus Headquarters on Glenway Ave. continue to campaign, making calls to Cincinnatians and encouraging them to vote.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Workers at the Driehaus Headquarters on Glenway Ave. continue to campaign, making calls to Cincinnatians and encouraging them to vote.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Workers at the Driehaus Headquarters on Glenway Ave. continue to campaign, making calls to Cincinnatians and encouraging them to vote.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Steve Driehaus and his campaign team take a break from the polls to eat at Price Hill Chili. Todd Portune, Hamilton County Commissioner up for re-election, was also dining.  Photo by Emily Maxwell
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Tucker's Restaurant in Over-the-Rhine hosted an Election Central event Tuesday, Nov. 4, allowing people to find their polling locations and to get free rides to go vote.  Photo by Joe Lamb
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Tucker's Restaurant in Over-the-Rhine hosted an Election Central event Tuesday, Nov. 4, allowing people to find their polling locations and to get free rides to go vote.  Photo by Joe Lamb
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Tucker's Restaurant in Over-the-Rhine hosted an Election Central event Tuesday, Nov. 4, allowing people to find their polling locations and to get free rides to go vote.  Photo by Joe Lamb
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Tucker's Restaurant in Over-the-Rhine hosted an Election Central event Tuesday, Nov. 4, allowing people to find their polling locations and to get free rides to go vote.  Photo by Joe Lamb
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Tucker's Restaurant in Over-the-Rhine hosted an Election Central event Tuesday, Nov. 4, allowing people to find their polling locations and to get free rides to go vote.  Photo by Joe Lamb
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Tucker's Restaurant in Over-the-Rhine hosted an Election Central event Tuesday, Nov. 4, allowing people to find their polling locations and to get free rides to go vote.  Photo by Joe Lamb
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Tucker's Restaurant in Over-the-Rhine hosted an Election Central event Tuesday, Nov. 4, allowing people to find their polling locations and to get free rides to go vote.  Photo by Joe Lamb
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Obama Headquarters on Vine Street. Photo by Joe Lamb
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Voters line up at Independence Elementary in West Chester Tuesday, Nov. 4, to cast their ballots in the 2008 Presidential Election. Butler County has traditionally voted Republican, but this year there were more registered Democrats than Republicans.  Photo by Cameron Knight
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Voters line up at Independence Elementary in West Chester Tuesday, Nov. 4, to cast their ballots in the 2008 Presidential Election. Butler County has traditionally voted Republican, but this year there were more registered Democrats than Republicans.  Photo by Cameron Knight
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Voters line up at Independence Elementary in West Chester Tuesday, Nov. 4, to cast their ballots in the 2008 Presidential Election. Butler County has traditionally voted Republican, but this year there were more registered Democrats than Republicans.  Photo by Cameron Knight
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Voters line up at Independence Elementary in West Chester Tuesday, Nov. 4, to cast their ballots in the 2008 Presidential Election. Butler County has traditionally voted Republican, but this year there were more registered Democrats than Republicans. Photo by Cameron Knight
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Voters lined up inside the North Presbyterian Church at 4222 Hamilton Ave. in Northside.
 


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