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Presidential and Local Elections 2012 Photo Gallery

11/7/2012, 8:17 a.m.
Frank Smith congratulates Marion Barry on his campaign victory at Barry's watch party held at...

Frank Smith congratulates Marion Barry on his campaign victory at Barry's watch party held at Georgina's Restaurant in Southeast on Tues., November 6. /Photo by Robert Ridley

Michael Featherstone transports paper ballots from polling precincts to the D.C. Board of Elections Headquarters in Northwest on Tues., November 6. /Photo by Khalid Naji-Allah

Husband and wife Eric and Marsha Mayo accompany four of their children to the voting poll in Southeast on Election Day. Voting for the first time are Sarah 19 (left), Erica 24 (2nd left), Kevin 22 (2nd right), and Robert Mayo 21 (1st right). /Photo by Shevry Lassiter

Donna Edwards. /Photo by Mark Mahoney

Ron Moten, Republican candidate for Ward 7 council seat, speaks with one of his supporters, Ralph Chittams Sr. at his watch party held in Northeast on election night. /Photo by Shevry Lassiter

National Harbor Developer Milt Peterson (left), County Executive Rushern Baker and Delegate Jay Walker share their enthusiasm in announcing the overwhelming acceptance of Yes to Question 7 by Maryland voters at the celebratory party held at National Harbor on election night. /Photo by Shevry Lassiter

Supporters of Question 7 gather at National Harbor on election night to watch and celebrate the Yes vote allowing the expansion of table games and slots in P.G. County. /Photo by Shevry Lassiter

David Grosso, center, celebrate his win for the D.C. Council At-Large seat over Michael Brown at Chez Billy in Northwest on Tues., November 6. /Photo by Roy Lewis

P.G. County Executive Rushern Baker announces the victory handed by Maryland residents on Question 7 at National Harbour on Tues., November 6. /Photo by Shevry Lassiter

Jenea Howard, left, hugs her friend Egochi Achincnu, right, after learning President Barak Obama garnered the 270 electoral votes needed to secure his re-election at the Democratic State Committee watch party held at the Hyatt Regency in Northwest on Tues., November 6. /Photo by Khalid Naji-Allah

A crowd of Democrats celebrate Obama's win after the state of Ohio pushed the President over the top in electoral votes at a watch party held at the Hyatt Regency in Northwest on Tues., November 6. /Photo by Roy Lewis

Stanley Williams (left), former D.C. Councilman Frank Smith (center), and Bennie Lawson (right) react to the poll numbers while watching the presidential election results at the Democratic State Committee watch party held at the Hyatt Regency in Northwest on Tues., November 6. /Photo by Khalid Naji-Allah

After President Barak Obama won the election, thousands showed up at the White House in the early morning hours to celebrate the victory Wed., November 7. /Photo by Khalid Naji-Allah

A jubilant man standing with thousands of celebrants at the White House waves a flag and proclaims four more years upon learning of President Obama's re-election on Tues., November 6. /Photo by Khalid Naji-Allah

A group of people celebrated in front of a President Obama mural on the side of Ben's Chili Bowl on U Street in Northwest after President Obama won the election on Wed., November 7. /Photo by Khalid Naji-Allah

Dawn Henny, left, and Eleanor Stewart, right, show off their President Obama shirts while waiting three hours in line to vote at Ridgecrest Elementary School in Hyattsville, Md. on Tues., November 6. /Photo by Roy Lewis

Council Member Yvette Alexander, center, gives a thumbs up as she celebrates her victory along with supporters Melanie Williamson, left, and Kisha Anderson, right, at the Hyatt Regency in Northwest on Tues., November 6. /Photo by Roy Lewis