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  • Election Front Pages

    The UK's The Guardian newspaper announced Obama's victory and broke down the final hours for each candidate. The paper also discussed the $2 billion spent on this election, the most expensive in history. It was one of many newspapers around the world that reacted to Obama's re-election.
    The Guardian
  • Election Front Pages

    The New York Times did a wrap of the events of election night and discussed what's ahead for Obama's next four years.
    The New York Times
  • Election Front Pages

    The New York Post provided election night highlights with the headline, "Barack 4 More."
    New York Post
  • Election Front Pages

    The Miami Herald chose a photo of Obama celebrating his win with his family. The Florida paper also reported about the votes that were still being counted in the state.
    The Miami Herlad
  • Election Front Pages

    The Washington Post used a photo of Obama shedding a tear for their front page with the headline, "Obama Wins." The paper reported about what's ahead for Obama and the road that led to victory.
    The Washington Post
  • Election Front Pages

    The Denver Post shared the highlights of Obama's victory speech, his final hours before the election and the mood in the room after the final tallies were in.
    The Denver Post
  • Election Front Pages

    The Chicago Tribune, the paper from Obama's hometown, showed a photo of Obama with his 14-year-old daughter Malia at the president's victory ceremony.
    Chicago Tribune
  • Election Front Pages

    The Los Angeles Times did a wrap of election night's events along with a look back at the last four years and the four years ahead.
    Los Angeles Times
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