Leaders say they’ll have to examine their party’s ‘brand’ and consider new faces.
The estimated 136 million Americans who voted are part of a radical transformation of American politics – and not just in terms of ideology and party identification.
More than 150 ballot initiatives – on issues from gay marriage to renewable energy – were decided Tuesday.
Democratic control of Washington brings unity but also new demands.
But they fall short of the 60 Senate seats needed to overcome filibusters and end gridlock.
His victory means many things to many people. Here's how a cluster of Americans – black and white, liberal and conservative – experienced the historic 2008 election.