Election 2008: Money, Media & Influence NPR looks at the political process in the 2008 presidential election, including campaign finance, media coverage and the role of lobbyists.
Talk Radio Sounds Off On Obama's Win
As Obama Emerges Winner, Polls Analyzed
Exit Polls Offer Some Early Clues
Media Compete To Offer Post-Election Analysis
Editor: Voters Are Smart So We'll Call It Early
What's Happening Where You Live?
In Chicago, A Rush For Obama Tickets
NPR Reporters Reflect On Campaign
Illegal Campaign Donations Spur Calls For Change
Obama Uses Prime-Time Ad To Make Case
Money Woes Muzzle Independent Political Groups
Tips For Obama Ad From Infomercial Guru
Obama Campaign Ad Blitz Unprecedented
Presidential Candidates Inspire Wave Of Pop Art