Abigael Evans, 4, relieved ‘Bronco Bama’ won, election over

Dylan Stableford

Abigael Evans, the 4-year-old Colorado girl who burst into tears—and Americans' hearts—while listening to an NPR report about the seemingly endless 2012 presidential election, is glad the race is over--and that "Bronco Bama," as she calls the president, won.

"Who's gonna be the president?" Abigael asked her parents when they informed her the election was over.

"Bronco," Abigael's mom, Elizabeth, started saying before Abigael finished for her.

"Bama, yay," Abigael said, sounding more relieved than celebratory.

The video of an inconsolable Abigael telling her mom she's "tired of Bronco Bamma and Mitt Romney" has racked up more than 16 million views since it was posted on YouTube days before the Nov. 6 vote.

NPR subsequently apologized to Abigael for fueling her election fatigue.