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US voters' views 2008: Election results



Barack Obama has been elected the first black president of the United States.

Here Republican and Democratic voters from across the US reflect on Obama's victory and look to the future.


Jessica Ross
Jessica Ross | Langhorne, Pennsylvania | Democrat


Tom Taber
Tom Taber | San Mateo, California | Democrat


Catherine Anne Smith
Catherine Smith | Decatur, Georgia | Democrat


Sumit Galhotra
Sumit Galhotra | New York | Democrat


Carlos Martinez
Carlos Martinez | Austin, Texas | Democrat


Tammika Waddy
Tammika Waddy | District Heights, Maryland | Democrat


Mary O'Neil
Mary O'Neil | Denver, Colorado | Democrat


Michael Kundak-Cowall
Michael Kundak-Cowall | Chelsea, Michigan | Democrat


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The readers' panel has been selected from as wide a cross-section of people as possible and may not be representative of wider US public opinion.

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Electoral College votes

Winning post 270
Obama - Democrat
365
McCain - Republican
173
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