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  1. #1
    TV networks project Pennsylvania | 8:42 p.m.
    CNN, ABC, and NBC project Obama will win the battleground state of Pennsylvania and its 21 electoral votes. Heading into Election Day, Obama held a comfortable 10-point lead in the polls over McCain. Obama's campaign invested heavily in Sen. Biden's home state, with more than 60 offices throughout the state. The last time Pennsylvania went red was in 1988.

    Obama has also won New Hampshire and its 4 electoral votes (AP). New Hampshire gave Obama the very first votes of Election Day, when he won the tiny town of Dixville Notch, the first Democrat to do so since 1968. The 75 or so residents of Dixville Notch began voting at midnight; the final tally: 15 votes for Obama, 6 for McCain. Since 1960, Dixville Notch has opened its polls just after midnight on Election Day.

    ABC, CBS, and Fox project McCain will win Arkansas' 6 electoral votes. ABC and NBC also project McCain will win Alabama and its 9 electoral votes.

    NBC and Fox project McCain will win the big-prize state of Georgia and its 15 electoral votes. Going into the election, McCain led Obama by a 5 percent margin, with 8 percent of voters undecided. Georgia has voted Republican in the last two presidential elections. Pres. Bush took the state twice, with huge wins over Al Gore and John Kerry.


    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    Obama wins slew of states, McCain wins 2 | 8:04 p.m.
    Obama wins Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, and New Jersey (AP). These 8 states give Obama another 72 electoral votes. Meanwhile, McCain has won Oklahoma and Tennessee, giving him 18 more electoral votes (AP).


    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    TV networks project South Carolina | 7:47 p.m.
    NBC and CBS project McCain will win South Carolina's 8 electoral votes. While Obama's primary win gave him a big boost against Sen. Hillary Clinton, the state has not voted a Democrat for president since 1976.


    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    TV networks project West Virginia | 7:32 p.m.
    CBS and Fox project McCain will win West Virginia and its 5 electoral votes. McCain had a comfortable 9-point lead over Obama going into the vote. George W. Bush took the state handily in both 2000 and 2004.


    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    First 2 states called | 7:03 p.m.
    Obama has won Vermont's 3 electoral votes while McCain has won Kentucky's 8 electoral votes (AP). In 1992, Bill Clinton turned Vermont blue after years of GOP rule, and the state has voted a Democrat for president ever since. In recent elections, Kentucky twice voted for George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.


    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    First exit polls roll in
    It IS the economy.


    According to AP, "six in 10 voters picked the economy as the most important issue facing the nation. None of the other issues on the list -- energy, Iraq, terrorism and health care -- was picked by more than one in 10."



    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    Poll closing times and electoral votes (all times ET)
    7:00 p.m.
    Georgia (15)
    Indiana (11)
    Kentucky (8)
    South Carolina (8)
    Vermont (3)
    Virginia (13)

    7:30 p.m.
    North Carolina (15)
    Ohio (20)
    West Virginia (5)

    8 p.m.
    Alabama (9)
    Connecticut (5)
    Delaware (3)
    Florida (27)
    Illinois (21)
    Maine (4)
    Maryland (10)
    Massachusetts (12)
    Mississippi (6)
    Missouri (11)
    New Hampshire (4)
    New Jersey (15)
    Oklahoma (7)
    Pennsylvania (21)
    Tennessee (11)
    Washington D.C. (3)

    8:30 p.m.
    Arkansas (6)

    9:00 p.m.
    Arizona (10)
    Colorado (9)
    Kansas (6)
    Louisiana (9)
    Michigan (17)
    Minnesota (10)
    Nebraska (5)
    New Mexico (5)
    New York (31)
    North Dakota (3)
    Rhode Island (4)
    South Dakota (3)
    Texas (34)
    Wisconsin (10)
    Wyoming (3)

    10:00 p.m.
    Iowa (7)
    Montana (3)
    Nevada (5)
    Utah (5)

    11:00 p.m.
    California (55)
    Hawaii (4)
    Idaho (4)
    Oregon (7)
    Washington (11)

    1:00 a.m.
    Alaska (3)

    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    Tonight's key states
    The following states are tonight's key battlegrounds.

    Colorado
    Florida
    Indiana
    Michigan
    Missouri
    Montana
    Nevada
    New Hampshire
    New Mexico
    North Carolina
    North Dakota
    Ohio
    Pennsylvania
    Virginia

  2. #2
    TV networks project Pennsylvania | 8:42 p.m.
    CNN, ABC, and NBC project Obama will win the battleground state of Pennsylvania and its 21 electoral votes. Heading into Election Day, Obama held a comfortable 10-point lead in the polls over McCain. Obama's campaign invested heavily in Sen. Biden's home state, with more than 60 offices throughout the state. The last time Pennsylvania went red was in 1988.

    Obama has also won New Hampshire and its 4 electoral votes (AP). New Hampshire gave Obama the very first votes of Election Day, when he won the tiny town of Dixville Notch, the first Democrat to do so since 1968. The 75 or so residents of Dixville Notch began voting at midnight; the final tally: 15 votes for Obama, 6 for McCain. Since 1960, Dixville Notch has opened its polls just after midnight on Election Day.

    ABC, CBS, and Fox project McCain will win Arkansas' 6 electoral votes. ABC and NBC also project McCain will win Alabama and its 9 electoral votes.

    NBC and Fox project McCain will win the big-prize state of Georgia and its 15 electoral votes. Going into the election, McCain led Obama by a 5 percent margin, with 8 percent of voters undecided. Georgia has voted Republican in the last two presidential elections. Pres. Bush took the state twice, with huge wins over Al Gore and John Kerry.


    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    Obama wins slew of states, McCain wins 2 | 8:04 p.m.
    Obama wins Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, and New Jersey (AP). These 8 states give Obama another 72 electoral votes. Meanwhile, McCain has won Oklahoma and Tennessee, giving him 18 more electoral votes (AP).


    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    TV networks project South Carolina | 7:47 p.m.
    NBC and CBS project McCain will win South Carolina's 8 electoral votes. While Obama's primary win gave him a big boost against Sen. Hillary Clinton, the state has not voted a Democrat for president since 1976.


    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    TV networks project West Virginia | 7:32 p.m.
    CBS and Fox project McCain will win West Virginia and its 5 electoral votes. McCain had a comfortable 9-point lead over Obama going into the vote. George W. Bush took the state handily in both 2000 and 2004.


    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    First 2 states called | 7:03 p.m.
    Obama has won Vermont's 3 electoral votes while McCain has won Kentucky's 8 electoral votes (AP). In 1992, Bill Clinton turned Vermont blue after years of GOP rule, and the state has voted a Democrat for president ever since. In recent elections, Kentucky twice voted for George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.


    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    First exit polls roll in
    It IS the economy.


    According to AP, "six in 10 voters picked the economy as the most important issue facing the nation. None of the other issues on the list -- energy, Iraq, terrorism and health care -- was picked by more than one in 10."



    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    Poll closing times and electoral votes (all times ET)
    7:00 p.m.
    Georgia (15)
    Indiana (11)
    Kentucky (8)
    South Carolina (8)
    Vermont (3)
    Virginia (13)

    7:30 p.m.
    North Carolina (15)
    Ohio (20)
    West Virginia (5)

    8 p.m.
    Alabama (9)
    Connecticut (5)
    Delaware (3)
    Florida (27)
    Illinois (21)
    Maine (4)
    Maryland (10)
    Massachusetts (12)
    Mississippi (6)
    Missouri (11)
    New Hampshire (4)
    New Jersey (15)
    Oklahoma (7)
    Pennsylvania (21)
    Tennessee (11)
    Washington D.C. (3)

    8:30 p.m.
    Arkansas (6)

    9:00 p.m.
    Arizona (10)
    Colorado (9)
    Kansas (6)
    Louisiana (9)
    Michigan (17)
    Minnesota (10)
    Nebraska (5)
    New Mexico (5)
    New York (31)
    North Dakota (3)
    Rhode Island (4)
    South Dakota (3)
    Texas (34)
    Wisconsin (10)
    Wyoming (3)

    10:00 p.m.
    Iowa (7)
    Montana (3)
    Nevada (5)
    Utah (5)

    11:00 p.m.
    California (55)
    Hawaii (4)
    Idaho (4)
    Oregon (7)
    Washington (11)

    1:00 a.m.
    Alaska (3)

    See more polls and results or read the latest from AP.



    Tonight's key states
    The following states are tonight's key battlegrounds.

    Colorado
    Florida
    Indiana
    Michigan
    Missouri
    Montana
    Nevada
    New Hampshire
    New Mexico
    North Carolina
    North Dakota
    Ohio
    Pennsylvania
    Virginia

  3. #3
    Obama wins Pennsylvania | 8:42 p.m.
    Obama wins the battleground state of Pennsylvania and its 21 electoral votes (AP). Heading into Election Day, he held a comfortable 10-point lead in the polls over McCain. Obama's campaign invested heavily in Sen. Biden's home state, with more than 60 offices throughout the state. The last time Pennsylvania went red was in 1988.

    Obama has also won New Hampshire and its 4 electoral votes (AP). New Hampshire gave Obama the very first votes of Election Day, when he won the tiny town of Dixville Notch, the first Democrat to do so since 1968. The 75 or so residents of Dixville Notch began voting at midnight; the final tally: 15 votes for Obama, 6 for McCain. Since 1960, Dixville Notch has opened its polls just after midnight on Election Day.

    ABC, CBS, and Fox project McCain will win Arkansas' 6 electoral votes. ABC and NBC also project McCain will win Alabama and its 9 electoral votes.

    NBC and Fox project McCain will win the big-prize state of Georgia and its 15 electoral votes. Going into the election, McCain led Obama by a 5 percent margin, with 8 percent of voters undecided. Georgia has voted Republican in the last two presidential elections. Pres. Bush took the state twice, with huge wins over Al Gore and John Kerry.

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  6. #6
    I think he got Ohio too?
    "Until the color of a man's skin is of no more significance than the color of his eyes everywhere will be war"...................BOB MARLEY

  7. #7
    Hate the words "too close to call"...Grrrrrrrr...

    Coffee industry getting rich at my expense here!

  8. #8
    hes almost in and bush is almost out

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