Jerame Davis

Presidential Election thread

Filed By Jerame Davis | November 04, 2008 10:59 PM | comments

Filed in: Politics
Tags: Barack Obama, election 2008, election results, John McCain, president, presidential election updates

Updates after the jump.

BIL 11:15pm -McCain concedes. The King is dead. Long live the King.

BIL 11:00pm - The networks have called the race for Barack Obama. Polls closed on the West Coast and the totals from California, Washington and Oregon would put Obama well over the 270 electoral college votes needed to win.

BIL 10:55pm - NPR and FOX call Virginia for Obama. CNN agrees at 10:58pm.

BIL 10:50pm - MSNBC gives Nebraska and South Dakota to McCain.

BIL 10:29pm - MSNBC hands Utah and Mississippi to McCain. CNN also calls Mississippi. Indiana's results are separated by .1% currently.

BIL 10:15pm - Slate.com and Huffington Post have called the election for Obama.

BIL 10:00pm - CNN gives Utah to McCain and Iowa to Obama. They finally give Kansas to McCain too. MSNBC gives West Virginia to McCain and concurs on Iowa.

BIL 9:45pm - MSNBC gives Louisiana to McCain.

BIL 9:35 - CNN concurs on Ohio. MSNBC gives New Mexico to Obama as well.

BIL 9:25 - MSNBC and ABC call Ohio for Obama.

BIL 9:15pm -MSNBC gives Kansas and Arkansas to McCain.

BIL 9:00pm - CNN: Rhode Island, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, and Wisconsin for Obama; North Dakota and Wyoming for McCain

Bil 8:45pm - MSNBC gives Georgia to McCain. CNN concurs at 9:15pm

Bil 8:40pm - CNN finally calls Pennsylvania for Obama.

BIL 8:35pm - MSNBC gives Alabama to McCain. CNN agrees at 9pm.

BIL 8:30pm - CNN has called New Hampshire for Obama. So has MSNBC.

BIL 8:15pm - MSNBC has called Pennsylvania for Obama and both MSNBC and CNN call Oklahoma for McCain.

BIL 8:10pm - CNN has called Massachusetts, Illinois, Connecticut, New Jersey, DC, Delaware, Maryland, and Maine for Obama. Tennessee and South Carolina go to McCain

BIL 7:01pm - CNN has called Vermont for Obama and Kentucky for McCain.

Jerame 6:25pm - Polls have closed in IN and KY. Results are trickling in. Basically, nothing yet. More updates as things progress.


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