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Throughout the day I have been searching the Internet for photographs of the election. I've been picky, looking for examples of what I consider to be great photography and quality work. This is the my third Photo Diary, here is number 1 and here is number 2.

So, open this diary in a separate tab and check back from time to time, I'll be updating it regularly, lets all enjoy the night through the lenses of photographers across the country.

Los Angeles — Dozens of people celebrate at Tollivers Barber Shop as it is announced that President Barack Obama won the state of Ohio, paving the way to beat Mitt Romney in the Presidential Election.
Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times

Atlanta — Supporters of US President Barack Obama react to election returns at a party sponsored by the Democratic Party of Georgia.
ERIK S. LESSER / EPA

Boston — Suporters of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney react to results on election night.
EMMANUEL DUNAND / AFP

Update 9:30pm PST

Doug Mills/The New York Times

Update 9:36pm PST

Issac Brekken


Michael F. McElroy


Cheryl Senter

Update 9:51pm PST

St. Louis — Michelle Zielinski, center, hugs Jared Goudsmit after President Barack Obama is projected to win during an election watch party at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel.
DAVID EULITT / Kansas City Star

Boston — The crowd reacts at the Boston Convention Center when Fox News calls the race for President Barack Obama.
Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times

Update 10:06pm PST

An Obama supporter celebrates in front of the White House on election night.

Nicholas Kamm / AFP/Getty Images / November 6, 2012

Democrat Joe Kennedy III of Massachusetts has won his House race, putting a Kennedy back in Congress.
Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times / November 4, 2012

Americans voted to give President Obama a second chance to change Washington.
Damon Winter/The New York Times

Final Update 11:11pm PST

Chicago — President Barack Obama and family arrive on stage after winning the 2012 US presidential election.
SAUL LOEB / AFP




And by all means, if you find a great shot out there that I've missed please share it in the comments.

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