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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Reveral Yeargin
Outside many D.C.-area polling centers on Tuesday, the scene could have been mistaken for 2008 -- long lines of voters shivering in the crisp autumn air, multicolored campaign leaflets fluttering in the breeze -- but behind the lawns full of campaign signs and "I Voted" stickers, there was a change in energy that even President Obama's supporters could feel.
"Now we've had four years and you say, 'OK, if we can get back in …' there's still work to do."
'OK, if we can get back in …'