US Elections Closely Watched in Thailand
Nov. 7, 2012 - Bangkok, Thailand - COLIN CHENEY, left, and MARY CONGER watch as US election results are posted at the US Embassy's election watch party in Bangkok. They both supported President Obama's reelection. US President Barack Obama won a second term Tuesday when he defeated Republican Mitt Romney. Preliminary tallies gave the President more than 300 electoral votes, well over the 270 needed to win. The election in the United States was closely watched in Thailand, which historically has very close ties with the United States. The American Embassy in Bangkok sponsored an election watching event which drew thousands to a downtown Bangkok hotel. American Democrats in Bangkok had their own election watch party at a restaurant in Bangkok. (Credit Image: © Jack Kurtz)
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November 7, 2012
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