We can't imagine there are a whole lot of people out there who didn't know the outcome of the presidential race until they got a look at their local newspaper this morning. Still, the nation's front pages provide a nice dose of nostalgic finality to a race that dominated the news cycle for the past year.
Here are a sampling from swing-state and major papers from around the country: (Screenshots via the Newseum, which has plenty more for you to look at here. You can also click on each cover for a more detailed look.):
Wall Street Journal:
Detroit Free Press:
Des Moines Register:
Tampa Bay Times:
Las Vegas Review Journal:
The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer:
The New York Times:
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