1. SOUNDBITE (English) Lee Daniels, executive producer:
"I'm sad. I'm sad - we won Congress. But I'm really sad and determined, more determined than ever. I think more Americans are determined than ever."
(Reporter: What do you think we need to do now?)
"We need to find out what's going on in Atlanta first and Georgia. I think, take it to the streets. I think that you'll find out that people will protest like they did in the 60s more."
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Sharon Stone, actress:
"I think it is so exciting that people are getting out to vote and so exciting that we really have people talking about how they think and how they feel and about what's happening in America."
(Reporter: Are you happy with how everything turned out?)
Sharon Stone: "I am really happy and I think we're going to keep getting happier."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Keke Palmer, actress:
"I want to see people to be able to not be a slave to working. I want us to feel like in America that we can work but we also can work towards giving our kids something and being able to relax. I feel like the state of where we are right now, I've realized that-- will I ever have a chance not to work? Will I ever have a home that's really mine? Will my children ever be able to reap from my benefits when I was here when I am gone? Those are the things that I think are really kind of strange to me and how as a minority, so much of our time is left behind in terms of where we are now. When I think about the government and how the rules or the regulations and the laws are against the minorities - these rules or these laws were made it years ago when some of my ancestors were still slaves. Everything is very dated I feel like. There are many things that can be updated and that's really what it comes down to. We have to change these laws. We have to start re-structuring based on the times instead of keeping things from hundreds of years old the same. It doesn't make much sense."