303 — Total electoral votes Obama won in contrast to Romney’s 206.
226,249 — The number of times Obama’s “Four More Years” tweet was retweeted after he broke the news of his re-election on Twitter at 11:16 p.m., thereby becoming the most retweeted Twitter post EVER.
2 — On election night, a mother in Kenya named her two newborn twins Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
20 — The number of female senators that will be in the 113th Congress, the most ever in U.S. history.
50.4% — Obama’s overall popular vote percentage in comparison to Romney’s 48.1%.
49.9% — Obama’s popular vote in Florida compared to Romney’s VERY close 49.3%.
60% and 36% — Obama captured 60% of the youth vote, compared with Romney’s 36%.
538 — The name of statistician Nate Silver’s blog, on which he correctly predicted the winner of all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
3 — Three in a row: Obama’s re-election marks the first time the United States has elected three two-term presidents in a row. The last such consecutive winning streak happened nearly 200 years ago with presidents Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe.
$2 billion — The total amount spent collectively on the campaign by Governor Romney and President Obama.