Melissa Dribben reports:
Pandemonium is breaking loose here. Hundreds of students thrilled at Sen. Obama’s win are pouring out onto the street...
When CNN declared Obama the president at 11 o’clock, the 150 people at the Camden County Democratic headquarters in Cherry Hill who had been there waiting for the count went into a roar.
Kristen Graham reports:
When newscasters called Pennsylvania for Obama, a cheer went up in Finnegan’s Wake.
Jan Hefler reports:
McCain Supporter Marilu Devone , 46, an accountant from Sewell Washington Township was voting for John McCain. Devone who has three...
Life-long friends Chris Le Vine and Chris Leto, both 20, voted in their first presidential election today at the Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church on Montgomery...
First-time voter Kazeem Animasaun, 18, was told he had another two hours to wait before he would get to vote. At least 80 people were in front of him.
At 96 Center City apartment buildings Obama volunteers were trying something that hasn’t happened in Philadelphia before – get-out-the-votes from inside the often secure buildings themselves.
Gail Shister reports:
Mayor Nutter joined Obama campaign volunteers on a flatbed truck that blared music as it zigged and zagged its way through West...
Constant streams of walk-in volunteers and a clever method to crack highrises.
Young voter did her homework.
"Wonderful turnout" in precincts near Temple.
Art Carey reports:
While wandering around looking for another polling place, I ran into three West Chester University students conducting...
Marcia Gelbart reports:
About a dozen buses filled with Service Employees International Union members from New York and New Jersey are...
In Washington Township, voters remain divided -- and some undecided.
Brian Ritz, 31, will be going back to Afghanistan in June. He already served one year there, and another in Egypt.
This morning while voting at a Chapel...
Jennifer Lin reports:
This was history and Debra Williams, 42, was determined to have a front-row seat.
At 4:30 a.m., Williams arrived on...
In Newtown, long lines move quickly