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    Brown & Warren ~ Too Early to Call

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Obvious View Post
    According to NBC, Obama wins IL 0% to 0% with 0% of the vote in.
    :headscratch:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Obvious View Post
    According to NBC, Obama wins IL 0% to 0% with 0% of the vote in.
    That's both annoying and misleading, sure Obama will probably win it big, but still, it shouldn't be called until some of the votes are counted. I noticed what CNN is doing, they call states for Obama and leave Romney states uncalled. Making it look like Obama is doing better in comparison to Fox who is calling them both far more evenly. In the tank media sucks!

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    Ben Nelson (D) wins Florida Senate race.

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    Both Fox News and ABC say there are no suprises at 8:23PM EST



    Mitt Romney has carried West Virginia, South Carolina, Indiana and Kentucky, Fox News projects, while President Obama is the winner in Vermont.

    The results put the Republican nominee out to an early lead in the electoral-vote count. Romney has 33 electoral votes to Obama's three; it takes 270 to win. But with dozens of states still voting, the lead will likely swing back and forth throughout the night.
    Ohio, where polls closed at 7:30 p.m. ET, is too close to call. Fox News exit polls show Romney and Obama running neck-and-neck in the Buckeye State. The contest is considered critical -- only twice in U.S. history has anyone won the presidency without winning Ohio.
    Two other vital battlegrounds where polls have closed, North Carolina and Virginia, are also too close to call. A winner also cannot yet be declared in Georgia.


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    Florida ~ Too Close to Call ... Obama slight lead

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fearandloathing View Post
    Both Fox News and ABC say there are no suprises at 8:23PM EST



    Mitt Romney has carried West Virginia, South Carolina, Indiana and Kentucky, Fox News projects, while President Obama is the winner in Vermont.

    The results put the Republican nominee out to an early lead in the electoral-vote count. Romney has 33 electoral votes to Obama's three; it takes 270 to win. But with dozens of states still voting, the lead will likely swing back and forth throughout the night.
    Ohio, where polls closed at 7:30 p.m. ET, is too close to call. Fox News exit polls show Romney and Obama running neck-and-neck in the Buckeye State. The contest is considered critical -- only twice in U.S. history has anyone won the presidency without winning Ohio.
    Two other vital battlegrounds where polls have closed, North Carolina and Virginia, are also too close to call. A winner also cannot yet be declared in Georgia.
    SC won't ever go blue, that was a given. That's where the real Bible Belt starts and he won't get the black or white vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Obvious View Post
    According to NBC, Obama wins IL 0% to 0% with 0% of the vote in.
    NBC has Miss Cleo as their results analyst.

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    O'Reilly made a interesting comment on Fox after being asked about the racial voting divide. My first reaction was that he dodged but on second thought I think he made a good point. We are a different country. The policies advocated by Obama would never have had traction even 30 years ago. I was asking myself why Romney couldn't get 80% plus of the white vote and blow Obama out of the water. It's a different country and different political culture. People want their free stuff and Obama appeals to those people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exotix View Post
    Brown & Warren ~ Too Early to Call
    Brown leading by 42 votes

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