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Election 2008 The World is Watching
Blog DiscussionThe Race That Was Followed Around the WorldThe Race That Was Followed Around the World
November 6, 2008
As the dust settles, the world is already turning its attention to the daunting array of challenges facing the next president. Tell us what this historic race meant to you and whether the President Elect can meet such expectations.

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PRI'S THE WORLD RADIO REPORTGlobal Reaction to Barack Obama's Presidential Win Global Reaction to Barack Obama's Presidential Win
November 6, 2008
The BBC's Muliro Telewa visited the village of Kogelo in western Kenya. It's the hometown of Barack Obama's father, and people there are celebrating President-elect Obama as one of their own.

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DISPATCHMexico: Either Candidate Will DoMexico: Either Candidate Will Do
November 4, 2008
Mexicans look forward to the next U.S. administration, no matter who wins. Feelings are that the relationship will be warmer than the one under President Bush.

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PRI's The World Radio ReportChina, Europe, and Russia watch U.S. pollsChina, Europe, and Russia watch U.S. polls
November 4, 2008
Correspondents Mary Kay Magistad, Gerry Hadden and Laura Lynch report from China, Europe and Russia on how people in those countries are watching the US presidential election.

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DISPATCHPaying Attention to the Native American VotePaying Attention to the Native American Vote
November 4, 2008
Historically, Native Americans have some of the lowest voter turnout rates of any ethnic group in the country, but in tight battleground states their vote could make the difference.

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PRI'S THE WORLD RADIO REPORTObama finds support in European rightObama finds support in European right
November 3, 2008
You'd think that Europeans on the right side of the political spectrum would support the Republican candidate in the U.S. presidential election. But many support Barack Obama.

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