Election 2008: Voting Groups NPR looks at the key voting groups for election 2008, including white working-class voters, Hispanics and women.
Oklahoma: The Reddest State
Voter Turnout In Election Falls Short Of Record
America's Youth Vote Grows Up, Wields Power
Making Sense Of The Election From Baghdad
Latino Voters Gave Obama Boost In Key States
What Role Did Latinos Play?
When 'Christmas Eve' Turned Sour In Ohio
At 109, Slave's Daughter Revels In Historic Vote
For Some, Voting In Today's Election Is Extra Special
What's Happening Where You Live?
Father And Son Talk Race In The Election
NAACP President On Safeguarding Your Vote
Election Tensions Erupt Between Teens
What Concerns Voters Most
Some Military Votes May Not Be Counted
Who Are The Undecided Voters?
Undecided Voter Explains Dilemma
Who Will Win Over Jewish Voters In Florida?
Victims Retaliate After Election Sign Thefts
Talking Race And Slurs In Nevada