Headline treatment of 2012 election

Newspapers across the country put their stamp on the election with their front pages.

Each day, the Newseum posts front pages from across the nation and world.

While many of the headlines offered what could be considered standard fare:

"Four More Years"
"Obama Re-Elected"

Others had slightly different take:
" 'O' For 2"
"Won Two"

And, perhaps not surprisingly, a New York tabloid, the Daily News, didn't put the presidential race as the top story, instead leading with a local suicide: "DEATH IN DISGRACE - Crooked St. John's Dean Hangs Self."

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