Election Night in Raleigh

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A roundup of images from Election Day.

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Tony Tata talks to folks gathered at the North Raleigh Hilton where the GOP has gathered to watch voting results.

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Zan Bunn, of Cary and the 13th District chair, poses with the Cookie Monster at Republican gathering at the North Raleigh Hilton.

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People at the downtown Raleigh Marriott cheer as President Obama is announced the winner.

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Two woman watch the vote returns at the North Raleigh Hilton where the GOP has gathered. Standing along the wall in front of the Women for Mitt sign are two cardboard cutouts of Romney and Ryan.

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June Atkinson waits to deliver her speech. She was re-elected State Superintendent.

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Gubernatorial candidate Walter Dalton did not earn enough votes to beat Republican challenger Pat McCrory.

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A Romney supporter parked at Stough Elementary School.

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Voters leave Trinity Methodist Church walking past the many campaing signs.

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The Obama "bat signal" shines on the M&F bank in downtown Raleigh.

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Angela Salamanca celebrated her birthday Tuesday by voting for the first time. Salamanca is a new U.S. citizen, a native of Colombia. Her daughters joined her: Sara Palacio, 8, and Ana Palacio, 6.

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