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What are some reliable websites to check on early returns?

HALP!

by quakingreply 2611/06/2012

freerepublic.com

by quakingreply 111/06/2012

R1 made me laugh.

by quakingreply 211/06/2012

Right on time, r1!

by quakingreply 311/06/2012

All of the major news sites, network sites, etc. I'll probably be looking at TalkingPointsMemo.

by quakingreply 411/06/2012

links

by quakingreply 511/06/2012

Does fivethirtyeight do returns?

by quakingreply 611/06/2012

This map is updated every couple minutes,

by quakingreply 711/06/2012

R7, According to that map, OH, CO, VA are blue, FL is red, and Obama is winning. True?

by quakingreply 811/06/2012

Bing elections

CNN

MSNBC

Washington Post

If you want state results, there's usually website for your Secretary of State, or whatever office handles elections.

by quakingreply 911/06/2012

I don't trust CNN anymore

by quakingreply 1011/06/2012

this one is fascinating!....

by quakingreply 1111/06/2012

R8, no official results are in from any of those states. Those are just predictions of how the states will vote.

by quakingreply 1211/06/2012

[quote]Instant county-by-county results from every Ohio county starting at 7:30

by quakingreply 1311/06/2012

Katrina vandenHeuvel ‏@KatrinaNation

[quote]Ohio Dem Party reports: In banner Democratic stronghold of Cuyahoga County, officials project turnout this year to meet or exceed 2012.

by quakingreply 1411/06/2012

This IS 2012.

by quakingreply 1511/06/2012

There are no early returns. Nothing is released until the polls close. Sometimes tracking polls leak, but they said Kerry was going to win.

by quakingreply 1611/06/2012

Think she means 2008.

Guess she's just excited.

by quakingreply 1711/06/2012

Well, there may have been a reason for that, R16 . . .

by quakingreply 1811/06/2012

[quote]I don't trust CNN anymore

Same here.

by quakingreply 1911/06/2012

Central timezone: What time is a good time to head home and watch the results?

I'm headed out for a drink but want to be home with Ohio or PA comes in.

by quakingreply 2011/06/2012

Ohio Election Results: Polls Close at 7:30 pm EST

by quakingreply 2111/06/2012

R16 I beg to differ. The results are in from Dixville Notch, NH. In one precinct in Coos County, Obama is ahead by 65.12% to 32.56%. 42 votes have been counted.

by quakingreply 2211/06/2012

Ohio Election Results: Polls Close at 7:30 pm EST

by quakingreply 2311/06/2012

We get Virginia and Florida before Ohio, don't we?

by quakingreply 2411/06/2012

Rush of excitement and nervousness

by quakingreply 2511/06/2012

yes r24, in 20 minutes in fact.

by quakingreply 2611/06/2012
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