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'Change has come,' Obama says

WASHINGTON â€" Barack Obama swept to victory as the nation's first black president Tuesday night in an electoral college landslide that overcame racial barriers as old as America itself.



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Voters had good cheer, perseverance

A study in patience, soggy and stoic Lowcountry voters endured waits of up to five hours Tuesday to cast their votes in an election many considered the most important of their lifetime. Most shrugged off the drizzle and delays, saying they were duty-bound to cast their ballots. They opened umbrellas, paged through books, made new friends. The mood remained surprisingly cheerful.

'Failure is mine, not yours,' McCain says to supporters

PHOENIX â€" John McCain survived three airplane crashes, more than five years as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam, the Keating Five political scandal and being written off as a presidential candidate in 2000 and 2008.

Now that he's won, Obama will have to govern

WASHINGTON â€" Now the hard part. Barack Obama essentially came out of nowhere, beat the Democratic establishment, conquered doubts about his experience and overcame questions about his race to be elected the first black president after a grueling campaign that lasted nearly two years.

Ketner still hopes she'll win race

Henry Brown has never lost an election, for Hanahan City Council, for the State House or for the U.S. House. But Democratic challenger Linda Ketner made his re-election to the 1st Congressional District a close call.










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