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    Posted November 7, 2012 by
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    Obama wins re-election: Your reaction

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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     NakedBoyNews recorded this footage of the overwhelming amount of joy displayed by Barack Obama supporters once it was announced the President would be in the White House for another four years. ‘In 2008 I was undecided for a big part of the campaign. I had hopes that McCain would be a good choice as well as Obama. This time around the choice was much more clear as to who was the better choice,’ he says.

    ‘Tears came to my eyes as Obama was re-elected. Personally Obama being our President means a lot to me. I am looking forward to immigration reform and marriage equality. The man I love is a Mexican citizen and we can not be together due to the marriage laws and immigration laws in this country. It is my hope that for this second term President Obama can help in both areas.’
    - Jamescia, CNN iReport producer

    The crowd erupted in cheers as President Obama was seen on TV screens taking to the stage in Chicago. This was the scene in Las Vegas at the Nevada Democrats official HQ party.

     

    People were cheering, some had tears in their eyes, while others just quietly observed. The overall feel in the room was joyous as President Obama won re-election.

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