Big exit poll edge in PA for Obama according to CNN.
Warren-Brown results in? Interesting battle for power in the Senate... I did not think Warren would win; but I can't understand why voters would re-elect Brown if they like Obama....
interesting to me, again, how states stay with their red/blue status fairly consistently, for awhiel now, and how I tend to view those states before thinking of their red/blueness...and then the idea that they just don't change...that a region as big as a state keeps it the same even when the situations aren't the same aorund them (like they exist in a vacuum)...probably not being too clear here lol
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Looks VA goes back to Red for now.
Nate Silver has a live blog... yeah.... not turning on CNN because I'l get a headache... election results night is tiring and we get real news every 30 minutes or so....
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The last NBC update I saw was something like 84-68 in favor of Romney, but it was all states that went as expected, for both sides.
Switched to Faux news real quick...78-71 - Obama
Looking at details for Florida.
They're calling it for Nelson.
The map shows Tampa as blue. I thought that was red, there.
They're showing a slight edge for Obama, with just under 50% in.
Obama has a nervous calm. Romney is starting to feel it could be slipping away fast.
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