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Wednesday, November 3, 2004

Four More Years For Bush

After a long night of vote counting and some controversy, President Bush has won reelection. Both Sen. Kerry and the president addressed their supporters, Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Cheney Commends Bush

Vice President Dick Cheney congratulated President Bush on receiving a record number of votes, and said the president won because he had 'a clear agenda for the nation's future.'

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Kerry's Concession Speech

Sen. John Kerry gave a concession speech to a room full of supporters at Boston's Faneuil Hall, urging the nation to come together while pledging to still work toward Democratic goals.

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John Edwards Gives Thanks

Before introducing John Kerry, Sen. John Edwards gave thanks to supporters and urged Democrats to not give up on fighting for their beliefs.

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Kerry Calls It Quits

Sen. Kerry called the White House and conceded the race, congratulating President Bush on winning a second term. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Kerry Concedes Race

Facing an uphill climb in Ohio, Sen. Kerry called the White House to concede the presidential race to President Bush. Harry Smith and Bill Plante have the special report.

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Youth Vote- What Happened?

Young people were expected to turn out and vote in very high numbers, but election data reveals otherwise. MTV News' Gideon Yago spoke to The Early Show about what happened.

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Pennsylvania Is Kerry Country

Huge voter turnout among Democrats in Philadelphia gave John Kerry a comfortable win in Pennsylvania. CBS News' Russ Mitchell reports.

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Smooth Ride For Florida

There were no known major problems in Florida on Election Day, as the Sunshine State gave President Bush a big win. CBS News Correspondent Mark Strassmann reports.

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Senate Rookies On Wins

The Early Show spoke to two Senators-elect, Democrat Barack Obama in Illinois and Republican Johnny Isakson in Georgia, about their victories and the presidential election.

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Mayor Rudy- Give It Up, Kerry

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani campaigned for President Bush, and he told The Early Show that John Kerry should act 'like a statesman' and concede the election.

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White House Declares Lead

Although not all the votes in Ohio have been counted, the White House says the president's lead there is insurmountable. CBS News' White House Correspondent Bill Plante reports.

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The New Congress

Both chambers of the Congress will be controlled by Republicans for two more years. The Early Show's Tracy Smith reports on the election returns from the Senate and House races.

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Bill Frist Chimes In

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist spoke to The Early Show about his take on the presidential election and the Republican Party's successes in Congressional races.

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Bush Campaign Boss On Election

Bush-Cheney campaign chairman Marc Racicot told The Early Show that President Bush has won enough electoral votes, and the Kerry camapign should concede the election.

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Calif. Says Yes To Stem Cells

California Gov. Schwarzenegger supported a ballot measure funding stem cell research and opposed softening the "three-strikes" rule. CBS News' Sandra Hughes reports.

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GOP Keeps Senate Majority

60 Minutes' Lesley Stahl explains Republicans maintain its majority in House and, perhaps, Senate; plus, Democratic Leader Tom Daschle of South Dakota is defeated.

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The Election In Perspective

Dan Rather talks to author and journalism professor Richard Reeves about the similarities between the elections of 2000 and 2004, and what it signals about the direction of the country.

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Lights On At The White House

Correspondent Bill Plante talks to Dan Rather about the White House's reaction to the election.

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Salazar Senate Win In Colo.

Democrat Attorney General Ken Salazar rallied supporters after winning a close Senate race against Republican Pete Coors in Colorado.

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Not Over Till It's Over

The presidential election is still not quite a done deal and, as predicted, the swing states have played a major part. Aleen Sirgany is with the Bush campaign in Washington, DC.

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Vitter Takes Louisiana

Louisiana Republican David Vitter spoke to supporters after winning his senate bid against three Democratic contenders.

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Martinez Senate Win in Fla.

Republican Mel Martinez rallied supporters after winning a tight senate race for Democratic Sen. Bob Graham's open seat.

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Bush Watching And Waiting

The polls are closed in many states and right now President Bush is leading in the Electoral College vote, as Aleen Sirgany reports from Bush headquarters in Washington, D.C.

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Floridians Cast Their Ballots

CBS News projects that President Bush will win the state of Florida. Brian Andrews reports on the voting there.

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Rather With Obama

Barack Obama talked to Dan Rather about what the Democrats in the Senate need to do. Obama stressed that the Senate needs to focus on people's needs, not partisanship.

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Bush's 2nd Term Agenda

With a decisive victory and solid majorities in Congress, President Bush can push his agenda of tax cuts, Social Security reform and other issues. But Iraq is number one, reports John Roberts.

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Kerry Bows Out

After vowing to fight for every vote in Ohio, the Kerry campaign did the math and decided there was no way the Senator could win, reports Jim Axelrod.

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Moral Muscle At Polls

An estimated 120 million Americans voted in this election, the highest number ever. Lee Cowan reports morality was a driving factor.

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Bush's Picks For 2nd Term

Bill Plante looks ahead to some of President Bush's key appointments in his second term to his cabinet and, perhaps, the U.S. Supreme Court.

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World Reacts To Bush Victory

The whole world was watching as Americans went to polls, and as Richard Roth reports from London, the reaction to President Bush's re-election victory was decidedly mixed.

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Campaign '04 Chuckles

Richard Schlesinger reports on how campaign 2004 was a boon to political satirists across the country ? and the Internet.

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Election Day Arrives

With a big sigh of relief, Americans lined up to vote. President Bush headed back to Washington after voting in Texas, while Sen. Kerry flew to Boston from Wisconsin, reports Jim Axelrod.

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Schumer Celebrates

In New York's only statewide race, Democratic Senator Charles Schumer easily defeated his two challengers. Every ethnic and age group backed Schumer. Schumer cheered with supporters.

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