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Presidential Race Results
  Romney Obama
2008
Electoral Votes
173 (McCain) 365
2012 Uncompetitive
Electoral Votes
158 183
2012 Competitive
Electoral Votes
2012 Projected
Electoral Votes
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Real-Time Battleground State Results
 
    State Mitt Romney Barack Obama Margin Electoral Votes Status  
    Votes Percent Votes Percent   Romney Obama    
 Arizona  
 Colorado  
 Florida  
 Indiana  
 Iowa  
 Maine CD-2  
 Michigan  
 Minnesota  
 Missouri  
 Nebraska CD-2  
 Nevada  
 New Hamp  
 N Carolina  
 Ohio  
 Oregon  
 Pennsylvania  
 Virginia  
 Wisconsin  
 
Non-competitive State Results
 
    State Electoral Votes Status      State Electoral Votes Status  
    Romney Obama       Romney Obama    
   Alabama 9 -- Called  
   Alaska 3 -- Called  
   Arkansas 6 -- Called  
   California -- 55 Called  
   Connecticut -- 7 Called  
   Delaware -- 3 Called  
   D.C. -- 3 Called  
   Georgia 16 -- Called  
   Hawaii -- 4 Called  
   Idaho 4 -- Called  
   Illinois -- 20 Called  
   Kansas 6 -- Called  
   Kentucky 8 -- Called  
   Louisiana 8 -- Called  
   Maine* -- 3 Called  
   Maryland -- 10 Called  
   Mass. -- 11 Called  
   Mississippi 6 -- Called  
  Montana 3 -- Called  
  Nebraska* 4 -- Called  
  New Jersey -- 14 Called  
  New Mexico -- 5 Called  
  New York -- 29 Called  
  North Dakota 3 -- Called  
  Oklahoma 7 -- Called  
  Rhode Island -- 3 Called  
  South Carolina 9 -- Called  
  South Dakota 3 -- Called  
  Tennessee 11 -- Called  
  Texas 38 -- Called  
  Utah 6 -- Called  
  Vermont -- 3 Called  
  Washington -- 12 Called  
  West Virginia 5 -- Called  
  Wyoming 3 -- Called  
 
Real-Time Competitive Senate Results
 
    State Republican Votes Percent Dem/Ind Votes Percent Margin Status  
  Arizona Flake Carmona  
  Connecticut McMahon Murphy  
  Florida Mack Nelson  
  Indiana Mourdock Donnelly  
  Maine Summers King  
  Mass. Brown Warren  
  Missouri Akin McCaskill  
  Montana Rehberg Tester  
  Nebraska Fischer Kerrey  
  Nevada Heller Berkley  
  North Dakota Berg Heitkamp  
  Ohio Mandel Brown  
  Pennsylvania Smith Casey  
  Virginia Allen Kaine  
  Wisconsin Thompson Baldwin  
 
Non-Competitive Senate Results
 
    State Republican Democrat Status      State Republican Dem/Ind Status  
   California Emken Feinstein Called  
   Delaware Wade Carper Called  
   Hawaii Lingle Hirono Called  
   Maryland Bongino Cardin Called  
   Michigan Hoekstra Stabenow Called  
   Minnesota Bills Klobuchar Called  
   Mississippi Wicker Gore Called  
   New Jersey Kyrillos Menendez Called  
   New Mexico Wilson Heinrich Called  
   New York Long Gillibrand Called  
   Rhode Island Hinckley Whitehouse Called  
   Tennessee Corker Clayton Called  
   Texas Cruz Sadler Called  
   Utah Hatch Howell Called  
   Vermont MacGovern Sanders Called  
   Washington Baumgartner Cantwell Called  
   West Virginia Raese Manchin Called  
   Wyoming Barrasso Chesnut Called  
 
2012 Election Results News
Sunday, November 4, 2012  
Election night coverage at Election Projection
I wanted to let everyone know what the plans are here at Election Projection for the next 2 days.  The next to last update to the projections will be posted Monday morning followed by the last update and EP's final projections early Tuesday morning.  I probably won't be updating the unskewed polls page again since it is clear that if turnout is comparable to 2008, President Obama will be re-elected.  Otherwise, of course, Mitt Romney's chances get progressively better the more Republican turnout "turns out" to be on Tuesday.  I don't think any additional polling data is needed to clarify that.

Once the polls start to close on Tuesday night, the fun really begins here at Election Projection.  Throughout the day, I plan to have a running thread or perhaps a series of short posts tracking what I'm hearing and reading.  Then, sometime in the evening, I'll begin updating Election Projection's 2012 Election Results page with real-time Electoral College counts and battleground state stats as well as ongoing Senate results.  You'll be able to get the up-to-the-minute status on the presidential race and the battle for the Senate every 15 minutes.  It'll start with the first returns and continue until all the questions are answered - or until I can't hold my eyes open any longer.

It's been an exhilarating ride and a tremendous amount of work to bring you Election Projection's coverage of the 2012 elections.  We're now just hours away, so I hope you'll stay with me to the very end.  Oh, and if you'd like to contribute to support Election Projection, I invite you click on the button to make a contribution.

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posted by Scott Elliott at 7:23pm 11/04/12::

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