How American newspapers reacted to Obama’s late-night re-election

The front pages of 50 newspapers from 50 states—plus D.C.

You can bet that hundreds of newspapers across the United States knew that they’d all have the same headline above the fold this morning. Page designers everywhere did their best to stand out. Click on the red dots below to see what 50 newspapers in all 50 states had to say about last night’s election. All images came from the Newseum, an invaluable resource.

You can also click on the states themselves for a reminder of which nominee won, and by how much. Blue means Obama. Red means Romney. States with lighter shading were the infamous “battleground” states we heard so much about over the past weeks and months. As of 7:53 a.m., Florida was still too close to call. We’ll update it as soon as possible.









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How American newspapers reacted to Obama’s late-night re-election

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