This program is about 1 hour long
(Chicago: Jake Tapper) Obama's preparations to run the country featured; scenes shown of Obama in Chicago; details given about the transition team headed by John Podesta with Representative Rahm Emanuel as the possible chief of staff. [Last night, OBAMA - tells the crowd he will be your president, too and the road ahead will be long, but we will get there.] [In Phoenix, Senator John McCAIN - comments.] [President BUSH - calls this an uplifting moment for a civil rights generation.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(Columbus, Ohio: David Muir) The celebrations after the election featured; scenes and photos shown of people lining up to buy newspapers and celebrating. [MAN - calls it an historic day.] [In Washington, WOMAN - calls it incredible.] [Secretary of State Condoleezza RICE - calls Obama inspirational.] [Black MAN - recounts driving to DC.] [In school, TEENS; in Cincinnati, Obama supporter Karen McLAUGHLIN; grandmother Pat DORSEY- react.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson, George Stephanopoulos) The total vote indicating Republicans did not show up, the status of the race in the states of North Carolina, Indiana and Missouri, how Obama put his victory together with the economy being the number one issue in exit polls, a new coalition of blacks, Hispanics, first time and young voters and the absence of the race issue discussed.
(New York: Kate Snow) The first family of the Obamas profiled. [Family friend Yvonne DAVILA- says the family has not changed.] [Wife Michelle OBAMA - comments on what it will mean for her daughters to live in the White House .] [This summer, Sasha and Malia OBAMA - speak about living in the White House.] [Last week on ABC, President-elect Barack OBAMA - talks about his daughters.] [Last night, OBAMA - tells his girls they will have a new puppy.]
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) A dramatically changed Congress after the sea change of these elections examined; details given about the defeat of Senator Elizabeth Dole in North Carolina, about the Senate close races in Oregon, Minnesota and Alaska and Republican Mitch McConnell's win in Kentucky. [North Carolina Senator-elect Kay HAGAN- talks change.] [Minnesota Senate candidate Al FRANKEN- says the race is too close to call.] [Connecticut Representative Christopher SHAYS- talks about the tsunami.]
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The reaction of black America to the victory of President-elect Barack Obama examined; scenes shown from Dr. Martin Luther King's grave and a barbershop in Atlanta. [Morehouse College student Anthony MILLER, Representative John LEWIS, two WOMEN - express their feelings.] [Ebenezer Baptist Church pastor Rev. Raphael WARNOCK- talks about America's unfinished business with poverty.] [In barbershop, Eric BELL, Clarence TURNER, Leonard KING- offer views on the significance of the event.]
(Chicago: John Berman) President-elect Barack Obama's 21-month long presidential campaign reviewed; details given about his campaign fund raising, performance against Senator Hillary Clinton, his competition in Republican strongholds, his steady debate performance and campaign director David Plouffe's role. [All over, OBAMA - says "change"; campaigns.] [Democratic strategist Chris LEHANE, Republican strategist Kevin MADDEN- assess Obama's campaign.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(Phoenix: David Wright) The failure of Senator John McCain's presidential campaign reviewed; scenes shown from the campaign trail; details given about how his campaign changed, his selection of Governor Sarah Palin, the financial meltdown. [On the campaign trail, McCAIN - says nobody can filter his message; criticizes Mitt Romney; accepts the party nomination; states Obama has not been tested; calls Obama "redistributionist in chief"; promises to suspend his campaign.] [Republican strategist Rich GALEN- talks about going after the other guy.] [ABC contributor Matthew DOWD- assesses the Palin selection.] [Last night, PALIN - calls McCain "the American hero."]
(Studio: Charles Gibson, George Stephanopoulos) The future for the Republican Party after this defeat across the board; that there is no clear leader for the party and the three wings have to decided on a direction and message and how Obama will have to reach out to Republicans to achieve a durable coalition discussed.
(Kenya: Dana Hughes) The reaction in the village in Kenya where Obama's family came from featured; scenes shown of the celebration. [KENYAN - says we love you, mon.]
(Pakistan: Nick Schifrin) The reaction in the Muslim world to the election of a man whose father was a Muslim featured; scenes shown from Pakistan.
(London: Jim Sciutto) The enthusiasm in Europe for Obama's victory featured; scenes shown from England and Germany.
(Moscow: Clarissa Ward) The ambivalent reaction in Russia reviewed; scenes shown; details given about a verbal attack on the US from President Dmitri Medvedev.
(Jakarta: Margaret Conley) The reaction in Indonesia where Obama once lived featured; scenes shown of the celebrations in Jakarta. [Former Obama classmate Rully DASAD- wishes Barry good luck.]
(Washington: John Donvan) The view from Washington, DC, the day after President-elect Barack Obama's victory featured; scenes shown from the nation's capitol, the celebration at Howard University in black Washington and from the New Bethel Baptist Church. [New Bethel pastor Rev. Walter FAUNTROY- comments on how far we have come.] [Howard student Erica SMITH- says it is a big dream for her grandmother.]