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Obama's Bethesda Troops Dial for Votes

The polls were closed across the Washington region, but at Sen. Barack Obama's field office in Bethesda, dozens of volunteers were still dialing for votes -- calling voters in Iowa, Pennsylvania, Nevada.

In one corner, volunteers huddled over a laptop, constantly refreshing the electoral map, hoping for more states to turn blue.

"Are there anymore projected states?" A woman piped up.

-- Lori Aratani

By Philip Rucker  |  November 4, 2008; 8:44 PM ET
 
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