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Waiting for the world…

...to catch up with the USA.  It seems that most of the world has accepted America's election of it's first African-American President.  But, there's...

Opinion: Last Night’s Speeches

     ÂLast night, the Presidential candidates gave their final campaign speeches.  One, Democrat Barack Obama, was an acceptance speech while the other, Republican...

Inauguration Day 2009

Something to consider: the Country's first African-American, Barack Obama, will be sworn in as President of the United States on Tuesday, January 20, 2009....

Yes, We CAN!

Great speech with the central theme, "Yes, we can!"Special thanks to WANE-15 for switching to a 1st Source Bank commercial just as President-elect Obama stepped...

Voter Turnout Numbers

This is completely unofficial, but looking at some of the returns the Journal is printing for Allen County with 294 of 301 precincts reporting,...

Senator Obama Wins

Title says it all!  All three major networks are calling it for Senator Obama.  What a victory for Senator Obama, civil rights, Democracy and...

Electoral Map – 10:50 PM – Obama Pulling Ahead in Indiana?

It's probably a bit out of McCain's reach at this point, but it's still going strong.  Indiana now has 93% of its precincts reporting...

Mike Montagano Concedes, Souder Accepts

10:25 pm: WANE-15 has Mike Montagano (D) giving his concession speech at the Democratic Party's gathering.  He ran against Republic Incumbent Mark Souder for...

Electoral Map – 9:50 PM

Electoral Maps from NBC and CBS are close in numbers, but differ a little in how arrived at their numbers.  The popular vote is...

Local Races 239 of 301 Precincts

According to the Journal Gazette, with 239 of 301:District 3 Congressional Representative Mark Souder* (R) 51,586 Michael (Mike) A. Montagano (D) 39,259 William R. Larsen (L) 5,394Allen...