Because the presidential election went very late, some of you missed the most up to date version of today's newspaper. This was particularly disappointing for many, since a printed newspaper can be a prized keepsake on historic days.
So here are two ways we want to help.
In the A-section of all of Thursday's print editions, we will reprint the final front page as it appeared in today's paper.
And through Thursday, we are offering free access to that final edition in an electronic form. It's our E-edition and it is a replica of the printed paper.
Here is the front page that rolled off our presses between 2:30 a.m. and 3 a.m. today. About a third of our readers got this version.
Here is how to read and save this edition in electronic form today at no charge.
If you are using a PC, link here.
If you are using a tablet other than an iPad, link here:
If you are an iPad user, simply download the app for our E-edition in the Apple store at no charge and it will give you free access today.
To print a copy of your E-edition, go to the upper-right-hand corner of the page of the electronic paper and click on the icon depicting a printer.
To create a copy of the E-edition that you can store on your computer, again go to the upper-right-hand corner and look for the "application link" icon just to the right of the printer icon. Pull down the menu for that icon and click on "Download newspaper PDF."
Once you have your PDF on your computer, it's yours to keep in whatever form you'd like.
Presidential elections are an important part of our history. Even amid the toughest of deadlines, we want your printed Observer to capture that for you.