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The Day After in Chicago

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Maybe you were one of the many Chicagoans celebrating in Grant Park. Maybe you were celebrating with your neighbors at your favorite watering hang out. Maybe you haven’t even gone to sleep yet! Whatever you did, wherever you were, it’s hard to deny the impact that last night’s election had on us as a city. How did you feel watching the President elect speak with Chicago’s skyline as the backdrop? What issues are going to define Obama’s presidency for you? Let us know! Share your comments and anecdotes in the comment section here. (photo by Brian Hagy)

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