Many take to social media to voice opinion following election

MILWAUKEE -- This has been a very unique election as people are having their voice heard through their ballot and social media. As the results rolled in for the 2012 Election people across the country had plenty to say about the outcome  -- and many took to social media.

It was President Barack Obama who had the most re-tweeted tweet, ever. He simply wrote, "Four More Years," accompanied by a picture of him giving his wife, Michelle, a hug. Just 22 minutes after tweeting, Obama hit a Twitter record. He has now surpassed celebrities like Justin Bieber and T.J. Lang for most re-tweets.

Rapper Jay Z tweeted out: "Encore," accompanied by a picture of President Obama.

Actress Stacey Dash, who has been a Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan supporter, tweeted out: "Governor Romney and Congressman Ryan. You fought a good fight and I am proud of you."

Singer Katy Perry, who campaigned with Obama in Milwaukee, wrote: "The people have the power! Proud to stand by you for 4 more years. RT @BarackObama This happened because of you. Thank you."

Meanwhile, Donald Trump, who has been very vocal in his support for Mitt Romney, did some venting on Twitter, he wrote: " This election is a total sham and a travesty. We are not a democracy!"

Perez Hilton said: "This is gonna be a great night!!! And #TammyBaldwin has already made history!!!!!!! Tears of joy! Progress!!!!!!"