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On the night of Tuesday, Nov. 4, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama secured 365 electoral votes against Republican presidential candidate John McCain's 173, meaning he will become the nation's 44th President - and first African American president - on January 20, 2009. The popular vote, however, was split pretty evenly between the two candidates, with Obama ending up slightly ahead.

The Democratic Party also assumed a majority in both the Senate and the House of Representatives.

  • General Election
    See state-by-state results of the general election through this interactive map and chart. Compare election results as far back as 1992 or view results of the full presidential ballot.

  • Senate
    See state-by-state results of the Senate by map or chart.

  • House of Representatives
    See state-by-state results of the House by map or chart.

  • Your state
    Use this tool from CNN to find results on local leaders, ballot proposals and more specific to your state.

  • Election Coverage

    Watch Obama's acceptance speech.
    View the slide show of reactions from around the world.

  • A look ahead
    Find out more about the next big steps in Election 2008: Read about the new faces of The House and The Senate, and see what's in store for Inauguration Day 2009 and the President's Cabinet. Visit the official site of the Presidential Transition Project for the latest news, events, and announcements so that you can follow the setting up of the Obama Administration.







   

 
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