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TimeSpace: Election

TimeSpace is a map and timeline that allows users to navigate through hundreds of photos, video, articles, tweets, posts and audio related to the national election from around the country. Use the timeline to find out exactly what, when and where a story took place. Click the ? In the upper right for help.

Current range: Nov. 4, 2008 11:00 p.m. to Nov. 5, 2008 10:59 p.m.
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Some item locations are approximate. | Sources: AP, Reuters, Newsweek, Twitter, and The Washington Post | TimeSpace verson 1.0 | Feedback and known bugs/issues | Credits: Dan Berko, Chris Buddie, Jesse Foltz and Steven King

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