According to Julie

No matter who wins…

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Adam Nagourney writes in the New York Times:

“(The 2008 US Presidential Race) has rewritten the rules on how to reach voters, raise money, organize supporters, manage the news media, track and mold public opinion, and wage — and withstand — political attacks, including many carried by blogs that did not exist four years ago. It has challenged the consensus view of the American electoral battleground, suggesting that Democrats can at a minimum be competitive in states and regions that had long been Republican strongholds.
The size and makeup of the electorate could be changed because of efforts by Democrats to register and turn out new black, Hispanic and young voters. This shift may have long-lasting ramifications for what the parties do to build enduring coalitions, especially if intensive and technologically-driven voter turnout programs succeed in getting more people to the polls.”

Update November 10th: What will Obama do with his millions of e-mail addresses?
Update November 12th: Susie’s daughter LG (Little Girl) has the answer

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