Photo: President Obama's Twitter.
President Obama not only won re-election, but has also taken a Twitter record away from pop star Justin Bieber.
Photos: President Barack Obama's re-election victory speech
According to multiple sources, a photo of President Obama hugging his wife with the words "Four more years" has become the most re-tweeted image in the social media site's history.
The image was posted late Tuesday, and as of 1 p.m. on Wednesday, the image has been re-tweeted nearly 700,000 times with more than 235,000 likes.
MediaBistro.com says Justin Bieber held the number one re-tweet spot until the Obama image was posted Tuesday. Bieber is now in second place for most re-tweets from a message he posted in September regarding the death of Avalanna Routh, who was known as his 6-year-old "wife."
Overall, Twitter says election-related tweets surged at a peak of 327,452 tweets per minute at one point during election night.
Here are other highlights from election night that sparked spikes on Twitter:
-327,452 TPM (tweets per minute) - 11:19 p.m. -- Networks call Obama's reelection.
-85,273 TPM -11:12 p.m. - IA presidential race called.
-69,031 TPM - 9:33 p.m. - PA and WI presidential races called.
-65,106 TPM - 8:03 p.m. - Polls close in various states; AP calls races for IL, CT, ME, DC, DE, RI, MD, MA.
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