That would be the Flickr account of one Barack Obama. His campaign has been updating it for the past two years, but as Chicagoist points out, the set of behind the scenes photos from election night is far and away the best thing they've posted thus far.
Though it seemed that all of Chicago was in Grant Park cheering on Obama on Tuesday, there was actually another gathering just across the street hoping for a different outcome. The Chicago Young Republicans and Tony Peraica's campaign were both hosting election parties at the Hilton.
Sorry I didn't get these up sooner- as you may have heard, I've been buried by a mountain of photos- but Flickr group member Joe Thorn did a great job capturing the election day activity in the 14th District.
Wow- not only did voters turnout in record numbers on Tuesday, so did our Flickr group members! So far they've contributed more than 800 election-related images. If you've got a few hours you can see them all in this slideshow.
Eyes are on California and the issue of gay marriage on the ballot, Proposition 8. The measure passed, making gay marriage illegal in California. It was the most expensive social-issue campaign in US history, costing both sides a combined total of $74 million.