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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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