The results in Virginia and North Carolina were probably the most satisfying.
The Guardian has a good gallery of election day photos.
Hannah has it right here: "Even if Obama wins, we have not 'won.' This isn't a movie and we can't toss every greedy lobbyist oil fatcat bigot down a reactor shaft. If we dedicate ourselves to the ongoing welfare of the country as much as we have to the outcome of this election, we'll have a much better shot at coming closer to the overwhelming good the liberals hope Obama will usher in."
"The most important is that for the first time in my life the American masses are investing in a US presidential candidate. One only has to see the TV pictures of the lines of people waiting to register to vote to understand that something new is happening. One working class black woman in her 40s said this will be the first presidential election she has bothered to cast a vote in; and she was far from being alone ... Obama will disappoint us, but his election alone will empower millions of Americans and inspire working class black people no end, They will know that someone with the same skin color as themselves sits at the head of the top table; and he will be conscious of these people blowing down the back of his neck demanding justice. It will also expose the lie that it is the US working classes that are racist to the core."