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Unidentified Woman: I feel like what some of the pioneers must have felt.

Unidentified Boy: We're so happy that we're going to go to Washington, D.C., and see Obama. Obama's showing that anybody can do anything. It doesn't matter about your race. Take it from him. He's the president and he's black.


That's the Jameson(ph) family of Los Angeles. They're among many who commented on the election for us. You can listen to them on our new interactive multimedia map. Over the next couple of months leading up to the inauguration, we'll be adding more voices. Just go to our blog at

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