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WASHINGTON WEEK | Nov. 4, 2008 Webcast Extra | PBS

Duration: 05:58

www.pbs.org/washingtonweek/ In this online-only extra, Washington Week moderator Gwen Ifill and panel discuss how Barack Obama's message of change resonated across the country helping him become the first African-American president of the United States. His victory also echoed on Capitol Hill where Democrats picked up seats in both the House and Senate. What will the new commander and chief's priorities be and who will now lead the GOP?

*You* can participate in Washington Week roundtable discussions. Each week moderator Gwen Ifill and a panel of top journalists take your questions during the Washington Week Webcast Extra. For more information go to www.pbs.org/washingtonweek/

This week's panelists:
Jeff Zeleny, The New York Times
James Barnes, National Journal
Jeanne Cummings, POLITICO
John Dickerson, Slate

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Post Date: November 10, 2008