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Last Updated 12:36 a.m.
Obama 303/ 49.3% / 50,039,800
Romney 203/ 49.2% / 49,938,616
12:36 a.m.: Obama has snuck ahead in the popular vote.
Democratic Seats: 19 Seats Won
Republican Seats: 7 Seats Won
Independent: 2 Seats Won
11:19 p.m. Because Joe Biden works as a tie-breaking vote, Democrats have retained control over the Senate.
10:26 p.m. CBS and NBC have called Tim Kaine the winner in Virginia
10:23 p.m. Fox News is the only network projecting a Tammy Baldwin right now, and as Elspeth Reeve reported, the GOP's Rape-Apologist Caucus had a bad night.
9:42 p.m. NBC is now projecting Elizabeth Warren as the winner of the Massachusetts Senate race.
9:15 p.m. There was some confusion earlier, apparently there has been no call so far in the Warrren-Brown Senate Race.
I have not seen confirmation anywhere of the AP Baldwin call and know for a fact NBC has not called MA for Warren.— Christopher Hayes (@chrislhayes) November 7, 2012
Pre-Election: 51 Democrats, 2 Independents, 47 Republicans; 33 seats up for re-election
Democratic seats: 151 Seats Won
Republican seats: 207 Seats Won
Fox and CNN have projected that the GOP will remain in control of the House.
Pre-Election: 241 Republicans, 191 Democrats
12:50 a.m. The AP and CNN have also called Virginia for Obama.
12:10 a.m. NBC has called Colorado for Obama
12:06 a.m. The New York Times has called Virginia for Obama
12:04 p.m. CNN has called Nevada for Obama
11:28 p.m. ABC is now calling the race for Obama as well.
11:13 p.m. NBC is calling Ohio for Obama and this pushes Obama to 274 votes
11:09 p.m. NBC is calling Iowa and Oregon for Obama
11:05 p.m. The Denver Post is projecting an Obama win in Colorado (we'll update when a major network or the AP calls that race).
11:00 p.m. NBC is calling California, Washington and Hawaii for Obama and is calling Idaho for Romney
10:54 p.m. The AP has called North Carolina for Romney
10:48 p.m. CBS and NBC have called Missouri for Romney
10:44 p.m. NBC has called Minnesota for Obama
10:34 p.m. NBC and CBS are giving Arizona to Romney
10:12 p.m. NBC has now given Nebraska (and all of its votes) to Romney.
10:00 p.m. NBC is giving Utah and Montana to Romney
9:50 p.m. NBC and CBS are giving New Hampshire to Obama
9:27 p.m. Fox and NBC are calling Wisconsin for Obama
9:15 p.m. NBC and Fox are giving Pennsylvania to Obama
9:00 p.m. NBC is giving Michigan, New York, and New Mexico to Obama and Texas, Louisiana, Kansas, Nebraska (at least 4), North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming to Romney
8:51 p.m. ABC, CBS, and Fox are calling New Jersey for Obama
8:31 p.m. Fox and NBC are calling Arkansas for Romney
8:01 p.m. CNN is calling Oklahoma for Romney; NBC is calling Mississippi, Tennessee and Alabama for Romney
8:00 p.m. CNN has called DC, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Maine (3 of its 4 votes), Rhode Island, and Connecticut for Obama.
7:55 p.m. NBC and CNN have called Georgia for Mitt Romney
7:39 p.m. ABC News has South Carolina going for Romney as well.
7:35 p.m. NBC News has South Carolina going to Romney
7:30 p.m. CNN has West Virginia going to Romney
7:10 p.m. Right now Virginia is too close to call
7:06 p.m. CNN, ABC, and NBC have called Vermont for President Obama.
7:00 p.m. NBC News has called Indiana and Kentucky for Mitt Romney.
Polls across the country begin closing at 6 p.m. tonight. And for starters, here's a basic rundown of what's happening tonight (*indicates multiple closing times for a state, both times are listed)
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Graphic by: Luis Nunez
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