If you're still stuck on the 2008 elections high, we've got more details on each state's vote breakdown are coming out and painting some interesting pictures of our country's voting patterns and our excitement for racial equality.
The 2008 election was full of Democratic domination, particularly as some jumped on the coattails of Barack Obama. But nearly three dozen U.S. House districts split their vote between Obama and a Republican House member.
During his first week of presidency, Barack Obama had nearly a 70 percent approval rating nationwide. We're more than a month out and his rating has dipping by more than double digits in many states except Minnesota.