George W Bush went from tense and tired after voting in Texas to `very upbeat` and confident of victory as he watched his re-election prospects brighten with his family at the White House. What had been a nail-bitingly close race with Democrat John Kerry seemed to be coming down to vote-rich Ohio, where Bush led but the challenger refused to concede, setting the stage for a potentially bruising legal battle.
In the pic: Kerry supporter Jack Morley, a student from Poughkeepsie, New York, clutches rosary beads as election results come in during `Election Night 2004 with John Kerry and John Edwards` on Nov 3, 2004 in Copley Square in Boston. (Getty Images)
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